Fundamental Dishonesty: Collision collusion

Toby Evans outlines the actions an insurer needs to take to prove a claim is fraudulent ‘There are a plethora of options in an insurer’s armoury when defending claims which are patently fraudulent, such as contempt of court, police intervention by virtue of IFED and private prosecutions.’The case of Johnson, Burns and Gilchrist v Zurich …
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Cases Referenced

  • Churchill Insurance Company v Shajahan & Another (2015) unreported, Birmingham County Court, 11 November
  • Johnson, Burns and Gilchrist v Zurich Insurance Plc and Gilchrist (2016) unreported, Manchester County Court, 1 November
  • Rookes v Barnard [1964] UKHL 1
  • Service Underwriting Management Ltd v Harper & 20 others (2016) unreported, Leeds County Court