Qualified disclosure to mediate evidence of fraud

We acted for an interstate CTP insurer in a fraudulent claim involving the successful application to suppress video surveillance tapes and associated investigative reports. The matter was successfully resolved by way of mediation using qualified disclosure to mediate evidence of fraud.


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