Insurance Fraudster Sentenced For Bogus Car Crash Scheme
Law360, London (January 11, 2019, 5:13 PM GMT) -- An insurance fraudster has been handed a suspended jail sentence at an English court after an investigation by the insurance industry and police linked him to more than 20 claims for car crashes that never took place.
The City of London Police’s insurance fraud enforcement department found that Nathan O’Brien, from Kent, had used the personal details of his friends without their knowledge to take out insurance policies and make fraudulent claims, the force said Friday as it released details of the sentencing.
O’Brien was sentenced to 240 days in prison, suspended for two years, at Maidstone Magistrates' Court on Wednesday...
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