Football player ordered to pay Aviva's costs of more than £11,000 after his whiplash claim was dropped.
Court orders £650,000 to be confiscated from mastermind of UK's biggest fake car insurance scam.
The crooks were imprisoned, received suspended jail terms or community sentences at Manchester Crown Court.
Abdul Qadeer Qadri was sentenced to 38 months in jail for fraud by false representation.
Technical controller seconded to City of London Police to work with Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department.
Jay Martin Solder given suspended sentence and ordered to repay £37,000.
Fraudster gets four years for conning 151 drivers out of around £60,000.
Action follows suspicions around payments in exchange for unlawfully passing on information about third party road traffic collision victims.
MIB and IFB say sentencing should serve as "powerful warning to would-be fraudsters".
Fraudster pleads guilty to fraud by false representation after selling fake car insurance to customers in the UK.
Insurance Age’s Expertise From A-Z campaign in association with Allianz investigated the creep of fraudulent behaviour from personal lines into the commercial space.
Insurer disappointed by Court of Appeal ruling in favour of claimant.
As more fraudulent behaviour creeps from personal lines into the commercial space, brokers and insurers need to work closely together to tackle the problem, according to our expert panel
Businessman sentenced to jail for selling invalid car insurance on Gumtree.
Maharouf Fahad given a 12-month sentence after staging a road traffic accident.
Research aims to shed insight into the thinking of insurance fraudsters.
Measures follow £175,000 fine by ICO for IT failings leading to fraud by hackers.
Information Commissioner's Office says hackers were able to access customer records.
Wirral men sentenced for 'cash for crash' scheme after trying to claim £51,000 from esure.
New recruit to lead specialist investigation team at the insurer.
Siân Barton examines how well brokers are keeping up with the digital world and how they can use technology in commercial lines as Larry Ferguson considers how technology can help fraud prevention and detection
Nicholas Warner also ordered to do 270 hours of unpaid work.
Essex-based electrician found with £14,000 of cannabis plants at his home when arrested on suspicion of insurance fraud.
Bricklayer convicted of insurance fraud after bogus £200,000 personal injury claim.