Claims casebook: Invoices for costs that have not been incurred

Insurers usually are confident of recovering their outlay if they can prove that an insured has fraudulently submitted an invoice for costs that have not been incurred. Imagine the surprise in Direct Line Insurance v Fox when insurers failed to make a recovery.

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