Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council's campaign to weed out bogus personal injury compensation claims should be a model for councils throughout the country, said the Association of British Insurers. The council's crackdown on fraudsters, who make bogus or inflated claims for injuries sustained when falling on broken pavements, has saved the council in the region of £1.8m during 2005.
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