In handling more than 2,500 motor fraud claims a year, our award-winning blended consultancy service goes beyond the usual counter fraud legal and intelligence resource, also bringing expert support in analytics, profiling and telematics, as well as the study of automotive and financial risks.
Our National Counter Fraud Motor Teams are based in Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, London, Birmingham, Scotland and Ireland, and we are also able to extend an International reach in motor fraud.
Dedicated lawyers work in injury validation, credit hire fraud, rogue rehabilitation, complex motor claims, telematics, LSI and farmed claims. Coupled with legal, intelligence and consultancy fraud, our innovative, commercially-relevant approach positions us at the forefront of the industry.
In November DWF commented on the draft report on the Motor Insurance Directive (2009/103/EC "MID") of the Internal Market Consumer Protection Committee (IMCO) produced by Rapporteur Dita Charanzová. This month the proposals have been voted on and approved by the full Parliament. Amy Jeffs reviews recent developments.
In 2017 we reported on the Court of Appeal decision in Cameron v Hussain. Today the Supreme Court handed down the hotly anticipated judgment in the appeal of that decision. The Supreme Court upheld the insurer's appeal, reversing the Court of Appeal decision.
Following the important decision of Coulson J at first instance in Grove Developments Ltd v S&T (UK) Ltd in February of this year (which we considered in an earlier article), the eagerly awaited Court of Appeal decision following S&T (UK) Ltd's appeal has now been handed down.
Working for some of the largest motor insurers and fleets in the industry, our clients tell us that our work saves them millions of pounds each year.