Fake documents for £150K claim costs claimant £20K

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A court has ruled a dishonest claimant, who faked documents used to submit a £150,000 personal injury claim to Allianz, must cover at least £20,000 of the insurer’s legal bill.

In 2017, an Allianz customer reversed from a closed pump at a petrol station and hit a third-party vehicle, causing minor damage. 

Allianz accepted liability and repaired the vehicle but six months

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