Caroline Jennings - Fraudulent Insurance Claims
Caroline is a panel barrister for a major group of insurers. She has extensive experience in drafting robust pleadings in cases of suspected fraudulent road traffic accidents as well as Part 20 Claims, Part 18 and Part 35 requests and interlocutory applications. Caroline is frequently instructed to test the credibility of witness evidence in conference and advise generally as to prospects of successfully pursuing a matter to trial following review of the evidence. As well as undertaking interlocutory hearings, Caroline is regularly instructed to trial in both Fast Track and Multi Track matters and has a wealth of experience of induced and staged accidents, bogus passengers, LVI, exaggerated personal injury and inconsistent damage.
Caroline has dealt with many cases involving the MIB and claims involving complex arguments surrounding Article 75. She is experienced in both pleading and arguing s.152 RTA matters and seeking and resisting declaratory proceedings.
Caroline is an employment representative for the Bar Pro Bono Unit.
Caroline has been awarded three scholarships from Lincoln’s Inn: Eastham Scholarship, Lord Haldane Scholarship, and Hardwicke Scholarship.
BA(Hons) History. University of Leeds. First Class.
GDL and BVC. BPP Law School, London.
Bar Pro Bono Unit
Strengths: "She's really good. Clients just really like her, she has very good interpersonal skills, she's concise and she gets to the nub of the issue." "She was very easy to deal with: professional, efficient and very down-to-earth, putting the client at ease."
Chambers UK 2018
Strengths: "She is very sensitive with confidential matters and she definitely gets the message and her case across." "She is very sensible and very approachable. She does not overcomplicate issues and makes my life as a solicitor easier."
Chambers UK 2017