Insurers must be proactive in challenging legal claims
Recent high-profile cases have put the issue of false legal claims under the media spotlight
We all know that some unscrupulous people make false claims for compensation relating to ‘accidents’ they’ve been involved in.
This ‘compo culture’ has been described by some in the insurance industry as an epidemic and is often put forward as one of the reasons insurance premiums are so high in this country.
A recent case where members of the same family were arrested on suspicion of making fraudulent claims...
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