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Ghost brokers are fraudsters who set out to sell cheap insurance deals where the policies either don’t exist at all or aren’t valid. Either way, the consumer will not be provided with any form of legal insurance.
Kennedys are pleased to support the national campaign, ‘STOP THE SCAMS’ which has been launched by the insurance industry in a bid to help the public spot the signs of scams and report these to the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) via Cheatline.
If it sounds too good to be true…the SRA issue warning to firms around cavity wall insulation claims
We consider the impacts of the latest SRAb warning to firms around cavity wall insulation claims.
The classic scenario in a low speed impact is that one vehicle hits another at a low speed and there is barely any damage to either vehicle. The seemingly minor impact prompts claims for compensation for whiplash injuries, often with lengthy prognoses of 12-18 months of suffering.
In order to keep the wheels of justice moving, the courts have been hearing cases remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. But, could a remote hearing ever be a suitable platform for fundamental dishonesty allegations?
On 23 March MedCo temporarily lifted the ban on the use of remote examinations on claimants for the purpose of obtaining MedCo reports.
Whilst there are very many genuine whiplash injury claims, it is also an area which is subject to repeated exploitation by fraudsters.
In mid-March, as the UK was reacting to the pandemic and implementing social distancing measures and advising you to work from home, claims farmers had their minds on one thing - coronavirus claims.
As Mark Twain famously said, “if you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.” A failure to heed this advice can lead to problems for claimants who exaggerate or fabricate their claims.
Investigations analyst Caroline Caine talks us through one of her (un)typical days at Kennedys.