Fraudster jailed for exaggerating accident at work

High Court London

A former employee of a QBE client has been jailed for three months for contempt of court after grossly exaggerating his injuries following an accident at work.

Jeremy Heffer, 53, from Ricketts Lane in St Austell, Cornwall, submitted a claim against the metal stockholder and distributor where he worked following the incident in April 2009.

The tread plate of his lorry gave way causing him to fall four feet as a result of which he sustained an injury to his lower back and leg and was allegedly

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