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FUNDAMENTAL DISHONESTY: Collision collusion

31 March 2017  

Toby Evans outlines the actions an insurer needs to take to prove a claim is fraudulent

The case of Johnson, Burns and Gilchrist v Zurich Insurance Plc and Gilchrist (2016) related to a road traffic accident which was alleged to have occurred on 2 February 2015.

Additional Info

  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Churchill Insurance Company v Shajahan & Another (2015) unreported, Birmingham County Court, 11 November

    Johnson, Burns and Gilchrist v Zurich Insurance Plc and Gilchrist (2016) unreported, Manchester County Court, 1 November

    Rookes v Barnard [1964] UKHL 1

    Service Underwriting Management Ltd v Harper & 20 others (2016) unreported, Leeds County Court

Last modified on 04 April 2017