Dealing with allegations of fraud in RTA cases
Personal Injury Barrister Haroon Rashid is preparing to host an online seminar on ‘Dealing with allegations of fraud in RTA cases’ for Personal Injury Solicitors on 12/07/22 from 4pm - 5pm.
Who is this seminar for?
This seminar is for Personal Injury and Civil Litigation Solicitors who specialise in road traffic accidents and credit hire.
What does the seminar cover?
The ‘Dealing with allegations of fraud in RTA cases’ seminar examines injuries and medical evidence, vehicle repairs, hire vehicles, physio, and treatment costs.
The seminar will highlight the difficulties claimants often face caused by documentation inconsistencies, which can lead to findings of fundamental dishonesty and in some cases the dismissal of the claim.
Haroon Rashid will guide you through the inconsistencies he has experienced in RTA documentation and cover how these can contribute to fraud allegations.
The seminar reveals how medical evidence often fails to back up the injuries that are being claimed and ways in which vehicle repairs can become problematic.
You will want to learn the many pitfalls Haroon Rashid is familiar with when it comes to vehicle hire, and what to be wary of when it comes to storage and recovery of the vehicle.
There will be real-life examples of suspicious treatment costs including the claimant who revealed that they had physiotherapy on the telephone while being cross-examined!
Book your place on the hour-long seminar ‘Dealing with allegations of fraud in RTA cases’ by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
Who is the Speaker?
Haroon Rashid is a leading Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Barrister who advises on Costs and Case Management Conferences, applications for medical and engineering evidence, and Part 18 applications. He also regularly lectures and provides in-house training on serious injury work and clinical negligence work.
Speaking about Haroon Rashid’s previous seminar ‘Schedules of Loss in Serious Injury Cases – Tips and Tactics’, Alex Spanner from Lanyon Bowdler LLP said: “Haroon spoke very well, and the real-life case examples were useful.”