‘RTA Allegations of Fraud in a Post-Jackson Era: The Handbook, 2nd Edition’ by Andrew Mckie
Published: October 2016
A practical, concise and easy to read handbook dealing with allegations of fraud in personal injury RTA cases. From LVI to alleged staged accidents, this book covers all the main fraud topics including relevant cases,law and practical guidance that can be used by both junior and more senior fee earners in day-to-day practice in this complex and evolving area of law. Fully updated in 2016 to include new sections in relation to:-
- Fundamental Dishonesty and Section 57 Update and relevant cases.
- The Recent Cases surrounding QOCS.
- Hayward v Zurich and reopening concluded settlements.
- QOCs and Alleged Fraud Costs Update.
- LVI – a more rigorous approach to litigation.
- The decision is Qader v Esure and Broadhurst v Tan and Costs Implications for Alleged Fraud cases.
- An analysis of the future of fraud litigation in practice.
- Updates on fraud cases and pleadings.
- Committal proceedings (an update).
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Andrew Mckie, Barrister at Clerksroom Manchester, is a specialist in claimant and defendant personal injury, with a particular interest in cases involving alleged fraud and credit hire. He was previously Head of Litigation and In-House Solicitor Advocate at a claimant personal injury and credit hire firm with over 50 staff.