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News And Events 16/09/2020
Allianz and Keoghs have won an important High Court appeal which provides important guidance on costs for dismissed claims where fraud has been pleaded but not found, whilst also driving to the heart of what constitutes fundamental dishonesty in a personal injury claim.
News And Events 02/09/2020
Mulsanne and Keoghs fire further warning to physio fraudsters as claimant found fundamentally dishonest
A recent claim involving a chain of medical inaccuracies and alleged physiotherapy has been successfully defended by Keoghs and Mulsanne Insurance, with a finding of fundamental dishonesty. The case highlights counter-fraud processes for defending claims layering which have resulted in a nomination for Collaboration of the Year at October’s Insurance Fraud Awards.
We recently published an impact assessment following the decision by MedCo to temporarily lift the ban on remote video examinations. The recording of such video examinations is optional but we suggested that compensators should put the claimant on notice that they expect the examination to be recorded and they may seek sight of that recording. Here we look at the reasons for this and the admissibility of such recordings.
News And Events 04/10/2019
The tenacious pursuit of a landmark Supreme Court ruling was recognised at last night’s Insurance Fraud Awards, with Keoghs and LV= collecting the Combatting Fraud – Collaboration of the Year award.
News And Events 12/01/2018
Keoghs and Mulsanne Insurance Company Limited have worked together to uncover the suspicious activity of a physiotherapist, who as a result, has received an 18 month ban.
As Keoghs enforcements team recovered £1.8m for insurers over the last financial year, we take a look back at a number of cases which illustrate some of the lengths fraudsters will go to to avoid paying the penalty for their dishonesty.