Whiplash fraudsters handed suspended sentences


Mohammed Ishaaq and Ahmed Mohammed Sheikh made personal injury claims to 1st Central Insurance in March 2011 claiming they were back-seat passengers in a car that collided with a lorry in Birmingham in February 2009.

However, these claims contradicted a statement from the car owner which said only he and his wife were in the car at the time of the collision.

In turn 1st Central reported the claims to the Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED), operating out of the City of London Police

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