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Andrew Burgess offers insurers a commercially-viable forensic analysis of evidence, married with excellent drafting skills and a robust approach to defending claims.

He prides himself on keeping up-to-date with constantly developing personal injury case law and integrating his findings into tactics and strategy to ensure that he and his colleagues remain at the forefront of the fight to tackle opportunistic and fraudulent claims for compensation.

Having previously represented both claimants and insurer companies, Andrew now specialises in defending our insurer clients against suspected fraudulent motor claims. His experience of both sides of the claims handling process provides him with an invaluable insight into the working practices and tactics deployed by either sides’ opponents and enables him to distinguish their meaningful arguments from their process-driven decisions.

Andrew deals with a range of claims, from simple opportunistic and late notification claims through to the more complex and challenging staged claims.

His qualities enable our insurer clients to consistently yield excellent results that have a positive impact on their bottom line.

Andrew has defended a multitude of suspected fraudulent motor claims and acted for numerous internationally recognised insurance sector clients.

He manages fast track and multi-track cases for insurers, along with mentoring his team members on technology usage and strategy.

Andrew also provides input on the continual development of our case management system to ensure that claims are dealt with as efficiently as possible and to ensure that it withstands attempts by fraudsters and their professional enablers to disrupt and frustrate our insurer clients.

He has also been involved in cases heard at the Royal Courts of Justice.

Andrew completed his Batchelor of Laws and Legal Practice Course at Manchester Metropolitan University.


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