A motor claim with no witnesses

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Mr B Compensation; £7,154.00 Mr B was travelling with his young son when he was involved in an accident. As, with many members of the public he was attracted by an advert in his local press from a Claims Management Company (CMC). They were offering him a free hire car and a complete service including appointing a solicitor for him. …

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Mr. A Compensation £12,000.00. Mr A was innocently driving his car in the London area when he was involved in an accident. At the scene of the accident the third party admitted liability and gave his details. As it happens so often, neither he or the third party called the police. Mr A did not do so because the third …

Hafezis Take On Complex Fraud Allegation Case: We are lawyers competent in all litigation no matter how big or small.

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Mr W – v – International Conglomerate It was alleged by Ikea that Mr W had in conjunction with his employers and other Ikea staff defrauded Ikea to the tune of 16 millions pounds. Mr W had found our details from the Law Society’s Directory and instructed us nearly four years ago to defend a claim brought against him by …

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Today is the beginning of second third term of our 11th accounting year. In the last four months we have had some ups and downs on acting for claimants in the Civil Courts around the country. We opened the year with a success in Manchester county court, followed by success in Central London County Court in December. We opened a …

Miss N -v- Churchill and others

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Central London County Court 6TH December 2010 Miss N was advised by her solicitors to whom she was introduced to by a Claims Management Company (CMC) that they could no longer act for her as the CMC‘s director had been arrested for an allegation of fraud. She was advised to find another law firm to take over conduct of her …