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Claims is a truly wide-ranging sector. From lawyers and rehabilitation practitioners to CMCs and credit hire partnerships, the professionals and business models fundamental to its workings are as diverse as they are dynamic. But the one thing they all have in common is a need to communicate with each other. That’s why Claims Magazine was launched, and that’s why today it plays a central role in the sector: it’s the best way to tell the claims world who you are and what you’re doing – and to keep up with everyone else too.
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IFB head calls for new reforms to deal with industrial deafness

September 18th, 2014

Ben Fletcher, the head of the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB), has said that a new tranche of reforms are needed to tackle supposed fraudulent claims involving industrial deafness.   The Law Society Gazette has reported that Fletcher called for new legislation at an ABI conference in London where he also told delegates that the[...]

Minster Law removes 17 managers from PI division

September 17th, 2014

Minster Law has scrapped 17 managerial roles in its fast track personal injury claims division.   The removal of the managers, based in Wakefield and York, according to the Law Society Gazette, comes six months after the firm posted a pre-tax loss of £663,000 in the 14 months up to 30 June[...]

Gang from Merseyside caught after fabricating car crash claim

September 15th, 2014

Eight Merseyside men have been found guilty of attempting to make more than £500,000 from fraudulent insurance claims.   Brian Williams, Michael Lee, Jon-Paul Realey, David Thompson, Robert Davies and three other men admitted making up an accident and then submitting bogus claims to LV=.   Williams and Lee were jailed for eight and[...]