Bogus claims manager gets sent down

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A man has been sent to prison for a year after making bogus personal injury claims on behalf of a group of unknowing schoolboys.

Samir Kahn, also known as Waheed Rafiq, aged 44 (DOB 25/07/70), was sentenced at Worcester Crown Court for pocketing £24,359 paid out by Travelers, who insured the West Mercia Police vehicle, in relation to the claims.

The group were in a taxi and were involved in a low speed, low impact collision with a West Mercia Police vehicle in June 2011.

Following the accident

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