Some days, it just doesn’t pay to get out of bed and try to falsify accident claims for cash you didn’t earn or don’t deserve. What’s the world coming to?
A disabled access door at a cinema that turned out to be too small has led to an accident claim being made by a pensioner currently languishing in hospital.
Just when you thought you’ve heard it all: it turns out that data from one of those fitness trackers is going to play a central role in a personal injury claim.
With the number of injurious car accident claims going down, research says that insurance costs have relaxed a bit in response to the good news.
There are personal injury claims nightmares like having to deal with 15 claims, and then there are even worse nightmares – like 160 claims or more.
Injured Brits making accident claims need to get the personal injury compensation coming to them, whether that figure is £4,000 to £4 million.
When it comes to accident claims, those made both by police personnel and made against them seem to be on the increase, though this isn’t universal.
So here’s one news story that will make your head spin: there was more than $150,000 spent on pothole-related personal injury compensation in Lincolnshire.
Fraudsters trying to run scams on car insurance companies are being caught left and right at the moment, which should hopefully keep motoring costs down.
When it comes to claiming personal injury compensation, it seems like all too many Brits are being denied access to justice – and that’s a serious problem.
The so-called “compensation culture” has spread to Northern Ireland with the revelation that PSNI has paid out more than £50 million in just three short years.
Fraudulent personal injury claims made against insurance policies are becoming more and more of a problem, according to the nation’s insurance providers.
The NHS has been awash in new medical negligence claims this year – and the stories behind these personal injury claims are positively heartbreaking.
Road traffic accidents are one of the most prevalent types of events that lead to accident claims – and it can happen to people from all walks of life.
Just because you’re a criminal doesn’t mean you can’t make accident claims or be involved in them tangentially, if this week’s news is any example.
The number of ‘ambulance chasing’ claims management companies is at an all-time low, yet there are still plenty of spurious claims being made in the UK.
Claimants who win personal injury compensation claims are often accused of being a waste of money, but this week the news tops that by a long country mile.
While insurers will like to tell you that accident claim fraud is a serious problem right now, the truth is that scammers are caught red handed all the time.
Major insurance provider Aviva has been pushing for a Government consultation on whiplash claims, yet even as they do so evidence emerges that it’s not needed.
The Government and car insurance companies are currently at odds over how to handle the rising tide of personal injury compensation from whiplash claims.