Monday February 17, 2020

New influx of overseas fraudsters deepens our insurance crisis

Aviva Ireland, one of the country’s largest insurers, has dealt with 50 cases of suspected insurance fraud committed by people travelling from Britain in the last three years alone

7th July, 2019

Fraudsters are flocking to Ireland to take advantage of the country’s abnormally high personal-injury awards as the insurance crisis engulfing businesses, voluntary organisations and consumers continues to deepen.

Aviva Ireland, one of the country’s largest insurers, has dealt with 50 cases of suspected insurance fraud committed by people travelling from Britain in the last three years alone.

Aviva said it was investigating one British-based individual who has had “at least” three separate...

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