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25th March, 2019

Philip de Berry secures finding of fundamental dishonesty and an enforceable costs order pursuant to CPR 44.16

The Claimant sought damages for whiplash following a RTA in which the Defendant's van rolled back into the Claimant's stationary vehicle. Breach of duty was admitted. The Claimant had seen her GP on 3 occasions for treatment and undergone a course of physiotherapy. Her evidence was rejected as dishonest by reference to the slight nature of the incline and credibility issues arising from cross examination.

Further details of Philip's insurance fraud practice can be found on his profile HERE.



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