April 11, 2011
As the insurance industry vows to crack down on fraudulent car crash claims, John Spencer personal injury solicitor, considers what lawyers can learn from the latest High Court ruling.
"The case of Locke v Stuart and AXA  EWHC 399 (QB), heard by Andrew Edis QC sitting in Liverpool, concerned a modest claim for £1,500 personal injury damages following an alleged road traffic accident. What was not so modest was the evidence – the court was provided with nearly 3,000 pages of written material contained in eight lever arch files."
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