Finding of Fundamental Dishonesty Against Claimant and Defendant Driver (Wise v Hegarty and Alpha Insurance) – 39 Essex Chambers

Posted January 9th, 2020 in evidence, fraud, insurance, internet, news, personal injuries, road traffic by sally

‘Personal injury analysis: Convincing telematics evidence, coupled with evidence of social media links between the claimant and defendant, was sufficient for a road traffic accident claim to be dismissed and findings of fundamental dishonesty to be made against both the claimant and first defendant. Fundamental dishonesty will be pursued by an insurance company even if the finding is made against their own insured. Emily Formby discusses the case for Lexis PSL.’

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39 Essex Chambers, 7th January 2020