Kennedys secures authoritative court guidance on 'fundamental dishonesty'

A person on crutches with their leg in plaster

The High Court has provided the first authoritative guidance on the meaning of fundamental dishonesty in personal injury claims, saying that the claimant’s actions must ‘substantially affect’ the

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