Lying trio jailed after insurer brings contempt committal » National Taxi Association

Three people at the centre of personal injury claims for fabricated accidents have been jailed for a total of 22 months. Mohammed Aziz, Abdul Jamil and Shamila Saleem were each imprisoned for between six and eight months after an application for committal from their car insurer. A fourth individual, Farhana Kazmi, received a suspended jail sentence after writing to the insurer admitting the attempted deception. Each made false statements in claims for compensation for injuries sustained in two separate car accidents which were later found not to have happened. None of claimants was injured and their claims for damages were dismissed following a five-day trial, with permission granted to insurer LV to bring proceedings for contempt of court. All four individuals admitted they had made false statements, verified by a statement of truth. Private hire driver Aziz had claimed f...

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