Swiftcover awarded £17,000 in crash for cash case


The civil court also ruled that the £11,000 paid over the false claims, as well as £3,000 in indemnity interest and legal costs, be paid by the offenders to the provider.

The case concerned a group of friends who arranged an insurance scam involving staged accidents.

The fraud was discovered by the employers of one of the guilty party, Jodie Jackman, who had been exchanging emails referring to the staged accidents with Katie Ashcroft, also convicted, via their workplace email systems.

The emails

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