The staged collision took place in 2014, involving an Audi A1 and a Toyota MR2. The drivers of the two vehicles denied knowing each other prior to the collision and gave a false account of the circumstances. A further investigation, by accident investigation firm Asset Protection Unit, revealed strong evidence that the defendants, Adam Islam and Mohammed Abu Khayer, knew each other. The £32,000 fraud was identified via Hill Dickinson’s Netfoil claims database which captures over 240 m
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