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Claims farming

Claims farming, encouraged claims and late claims have been a thorn in the side of insurers for many years. Adopting effective, robust pre litigation and post litigation strategies will make a real difference to an insurer's bottom line.

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We focus on making savings for our clients through minimising claims spend and driving down claims frequency.Our dedicated and experienced team will work with you to develop a bespoke best practice strategy to assist you in tackling fraudulent farmed claims. We have analysed the root cause of this growing problem, and then designed a cradle to grave process to minimise claims spend for insurers and defeat claimant business models.

Tackling farmed claims will result in you not being targeted; leading to real reductions in indemnity spends.

We advise clients on:

  • Claims farming
  • Encouraged claims
  • Late claims
  • Coerced claims
  • Whiplash validation
  • Recovery / fundamental dishonesty

How we can work with you

  • We will work with you to create a bespoke, combined pre litigated and litigated workflow process
  • Uniquely, through the use of our predictive analytics we will identify cases and a risk list for you
  • We will advise on whether the claim is valid or to be defended and assist in dealing with costs recovery sanctions
  • Through working with you on pre litigation strategy, we can ensure that any subsequent litigation is handled in a way which supports the overall strategy
  • We provide ongoing claims farming training to claims handlers and management
  • We provide Management Information to reflect savings and monitor risk list criteria to ensure we are up to date with the market
  • We assist in protecting and enhancing your reputation in the market.

For further information please contact Jewels Chamberlain.

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