Fraudulent claim for personal injuries in road traffic case
Pegg v Webb  EWHC 2095 (QB)
On appeal, it has been held that a judge had erred in finding that a claimant had not been fundamentally dishonest in his
personal injury claim arising from a road traffic collision. While there had been a genuine collision, the claimant had been
dishonest in his evidence about his injuries and he had omitted to tell the medical expert about a later accident he had been
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