Allianz exposes fundamentally dishonest hearing loss fraudsters

fraud claims investigation

Allianz, along with DWF, has successfully seen two court cases for noise-induced hearing loss dismissed by judges, following the claimants being found to have been fundamentally dishonest.

In both instances, claimants pursued damages alleging exposure to excessive workplace noise.

The first case, held at Wakefield County Court, saw a ‘Mr Taylor’ claiming damaging noise exposure during

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