Dishonesty Doesn’t Pay!
Caroline Harrison QC, Anastasia Karseras and Henry Morton Jack will talk about recent developments on the meaning and effects of dishonesty in compensation claims. They will cover Gentry, Howlett, Ivey v Genting Casinos, Miley v Aviva, Razumas and Sinfield, and give practical guidance on how to analyse and prepare your cases.
Caroline Harrison specialises in clinical and professional negligence, complex personal injury and permanent health insurance claims. She acted for the insurers in Miley v Aviva and Wilsher v Friends Life. She is also the chair of the PNBA, and a member of the Government’s Biometrics and Forensic Ethics Group.
‘She is incredibly sharp and incisive with unparalleled delicacy.’ – Legal 500
“Absolutely superb. She considers issues very thoroughly.” “Excellent on paper and on her feet.” – Chambers UK
Anastasia Karseras is ranked as a tier 1 Leading Junior by Legal 500 for Insurance Fraud in Personal Injury, and has been described as “…very thorough and has good attention to detail”. Anastasia is also recommended by the legal directories for Personal Injury and has been described as “intellectually sound”, “brilliant on her feet”, and “a Junior who really gets on top of the case and adds value”. Anastasia is known for her skilled and robust advocacy, and securing excellent results. Anastasia is sought after, particularly by insurers, for her experience in fraudulent and exaggerated claims.
Henry Morton Jack specialises in fraudulent personal injury claims, jurisdictional matters and insurance law claims. He has a wealth of experience in claims arising out of accidents abroad, and has recently acted for the Defendant in committal proceedings arising out of a fundamentally dishonest claim which resulted in a custodial sentence for the Claimant.
We would be delighted if you could join us. We will start promptly at 6pm. The seminar will last about 1 hour and will be followed by drinks and canapés at 7pm.
This is a free event which qualifies for 1.5 CPD hours.
If you wish to attend this event please respond to Deborah Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org