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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.
News And Events 17/07/2017
Research carried out by Keoghs shows a sharp rise in fraudulent claims exploiting genuine accidents.
Client Alerts 02/06/2017 Scotland
The Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Bill has been published today and it is widely as anticipated, of particular interest are the provisions relating to QOCS.
News And Events 05/04/2017
Keoghs have become one of ten launch members to join the Insurance Fraud Bureau's affiliate membership programme.
Client Alerts 28/07/2016
The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 allows claimants to recover compensation directly from insurers where the insured is insolvent. The old (1930) Act requires claimants to establish the insured’s liability before bringing a separate claim against their insurer. The new Act comes in to force on 1 August 2016.
The Supreme Court has recently ruled that an insurer is not entitled to repudiate a claim for fraud on the basis of a "collateral lie" made by a policyholder in the presentation of a claim. Partner, Louise Cruise, gives an overview of the implications for insurers.