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Drawing on our experience across various risks, this 2023 insurance forecast report highlights some of the key trends that we anticipate will shape the insurance agenda for 2023 and beyond.
Court of Appeal provides further guidance on mixed injury cases, but what does this mean for fraud practitioners?
Since the implementation of the Official Injuries Claims Portal, the personal injury industry has eagerly awaited further guidance from the judiciary as to the applicable compensation to be awarded to claimants who have sustained a whiplash injury as defined by the Civil Liability Act and a ‘non-whiplash injury’.
Aviva has announced the conclusion of the first comprehensive review of its defendant legal panel in 10 years.
The Justice Committee has recently published a report putting pressure on the government to make general and extensive change to every aspect of how fraud offences are dealt with.
Top accolades awarded to the firm in the latest Chambers & Partners guide to leading law firms and lawyers across the country.
Following the publication of The Legal 500 UK 2023, we are proud to announce that the firm has once again achieved impressive rankings and recognition within the latest guide to leading law firms and lawyers.
On 17 March 2022, the UK Government delivered to parliament a 'world-leading' Online Safety Bill aimed to make the UK the safest place to go online while defending free expression. Here, and in light of Ofcom’s Call for Evidence about its plans for implementation of online safety regulation, we focus on the scope of the Bill’s provisions and the likely impact on organisations.
In July 2022, it was reported that Zurich UK saw a 25% increase in fraudulent property claims, with the increase in the cost of living believed to be driving a range of fraudulent behaviours ranging from using insurance policies to make money to the inception of policies to cover life’s losses after the fact.
Opportunistic claimant attempts to defraud the public purse – a reminder of the benefits of fraud strategies
Kennedys were instructed by a local authority to defend a claim brought by the son of a tenant, who had suffered burns following allegedly negligent maintenance works carried out by an agent of the authority.
Unrepresented claimants using the Official Injury Claim (OIC) portal are doing better than those with lawyers, according to our analysis of the system’s first year.