crash for cash


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crash for cash

n
(Insurance) denoting a type of insurance fraud in which people bring about road accidents to ensure that a substantial claim is made
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SO IT is official, Birmingham is now top of the league for the crash for cash fraud.
Not only are they putting road users at risk of injury but crash for cash has significant costs associated to it.
As the industry works together to clamp down on crash for cash, it is believed that fraudsters are moving into new areas and making bogus public and employer liability claims.
The expediency of principle THE judge in the crash for cash court case was sending out a clear message with his sentencing.
Call the Police immediately while you are still at the scene of the accident, inform them you suspect the accident is a crash for cash scam and ask them to attend the scene.
Aviva detected more than 3,000 organised crash for cash claimants last year - or one every three hours.
Straughan, who drove vehicles in four crash for cash incidents between 2008-2011, admitted four counts of fraud and three of making a false statement.
Earlier this month, Cardiff Crown Court heard a crash for cash fraud case cost insurance firms more than PS750,000.
So in a crash for cash accident, a car may brake without warning in front of an innocent driver, leaving them likely to run into the car ahead.
Crash For Cash C4, 10pm More outrage, as this docu highlights how easy it is for dishonest folk, like the 60-strong gang in Co Durham, to invent driving injuries.
CRASH for Cash fraudsters are gambling with the lives of UK motorists and costing honest policyholders PS392m every year, according to a new report from the Insurance Fraud Bureau.
An increase in crash for cash accidents is a worrying statistic that could explain the rise in rear-end accidents.