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Noto v (1) Galloway (2) Service Underwriting Management


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Finding of fundamental dishonesty against the Claimant, on the basis that he had not in fact sustained any personal injury in a very minor road traffic accident.

There was no mention of the alleged injuries in the Claimant’s GP notes. This was in stark contrast to his usual practice of seeking advice from his treating doctors and other professionals about musculoskeletal problems, A thorough analysis of his voluminous medical records was fundamental to demonstrating the scale of this inconsistency and achieving the dishonesty finding.

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Emma Northey

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