Skydiving fraudster’s £6.6m claim comes crashing down to earth

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Keoghs and Hastings Direct have won the UK’s largest ever fundamental dishonesty case, saving the insurance provider £6.6m.

The case of Shaw vs Wilde involved a four-and-a-half-year investigation following a motorcycle accident where Shaw injured all four limbs.

Following an interim payment of £150,000 by Hastings Direct

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