IFED investigation leads to sentencing at The Old Bailey court in London.
Insurer says Birmingham is top spot for crash-for-cash fraudsters.
The casualty landscape is ever-changing. Insurers and brokers must be aware of all developments when giving advice
DCI Oliver Little says extra resources will help the fight against fraud.
Court dishes out six months jail term suspended for one year.
Police unit has seized more than £1.3m from insurance fraudsters since 2012.
DCI Angie Rogers has been in post for less than 12 months.
Insurance Fraud Taskforce has made suggestions on how to tackle fraud in the insurance sector.
Broker plans to create 150 jobs.
Sentence suspended for 12 months.
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Insurance fraudster jailed after creating fake invoices in attempt to claim £25,000.
Majority of brokers say application fraud is not a priority for their business, according to SSP survey
Broker warns tax increase could encourage young drivers to drive without cover.
Raymond Fearnon ordered to pay £5,000 legal costs with sentence suspended for two years.
Association says motor premiums continue to rise and action is needed to tackle "unscrupulous" claims management companies.
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Cyber crime and fraud figures highlight opportunities for brokers as market encouraged to develop cyber expertise.
Database helps insurers identify fraudsters.
Software house estimates application fraud and inaccuracies for motor insurance alone costs industry £1bn a year.
As ‘slips and trips’ takeover from ‘crash for cash’ as fraudsters’ favourite plots, Graham Gibson says the industry must work together to identify fraud
The two men were sentenced to a total of 30 months in jail for perverting the course of justice and fraud by false representation.
Organisations working together to educate customers about the consequences of fraud.
Man jailed for 12 months after pursuing fake personal injury claims and pocketing £24,359 from Travelers.