Toilet fraudster’s claim hits the fan

Toilet

A claimant, who attempted to claim for £200,000 after slipping in a restaurant toilet, is now facing the prospect of having to repay at least £40,000 in legal fees after being found to be fundamentally dishonest.

The claimant, Michael Casserley from Accrington, alleged that on the 23 June 2018, he slipped in a restaurant toilet causing a re-rupture of an injury to his Achilles tendon. He then brought a claim

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