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            Nigel Teasdale

            Partner // Head of Motor & Fraud

            Nigel has worked with major insurers for over 20 years and has in-depth knowledge of client issues and is the trusted point of contact for a number of insurers on defendant motor claims.

            Nigel’s strategic focus is around motor issues, including policy and indemnity issues and fraud. Nigel’s technical experience is in high-value personal injury motor claims with a speciality in large loss and chronic pain/exaggeration claims.

             
            Working within the industry, Nigel’s strategic focus is around motor issues, including policy and indemnity issues and fraud. Nigel’s technical experience is in high-value personal injury motor claims with a speciality in large loss and chronic pain/exaggeration claims.

             

            Nigel sits on the National Executive Committee of FOIL and through his involvement he has given evidence before the Transport Select Committee on the extent of fraudulent/exaggerated whiplash claims. He is also the current President of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and a Director of MedCo, the industry body set up to oversee the improvement of the quality of medico-legal reporting in low value claims. As a principal voice within the insurance industry, Nigel regularly contributes to industry policy and debates such as the development of the MOJ Protocols, Whiplash and the Civil Justice reforms.”

             

             

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