Taxi driver sentenced for bogus personal injury claim

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The court held that the personal injury claim was “full of inconsistencies”

A taxi driver has been found fundamentally dishonest and ordered to pay costs of £11,169.72.

The claim made by taxi driver Adrian Boeta, 29 against car insurer Admiral was deemed “wholly disingenuous” and an opportunistic attempt to seek unwarranted compensation under cross examination.

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