piBlawg

the personal injury and clinical negligence blog

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Lies, fraud, exaggeration and costs

Laws LJ suggested in Molloy v Shell UK Limited [2001] EWCA Civ 1272 that lying or grossly exaggerating claimants could be guilty of “a cynical and dishonest abuse of the court’s process” and questioned whether, when “faced with manipulation of the civil justice system on so grand a scale, the court once it knows the facts should entertain the claim at all save to make the c... [More]