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Ex-solicitor pleads guilty to £950,000 insurance fraud

Ex-solicitor pleads guilty to £950,000 insurance fraud

Ex-solicitor pleads guilty to £950,000 insurance fraud
A former solicitor in Blackburn, Lancashire, has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a £950,000 medical-invoice insurance fraud.
 
Nadir Suleman, 30, used to worked for Farleys Solicitors LLP and was among the seven people charged by the London police in February with conspiracy to defraud following an investigation, according to a report by the Lancashire Telegraph.
 
The report said Suleman entered a guilty plea at the Liverpool Crown Court along with fellow solicitor Nadim Iqbal and delivery driver Arif Patel.
 
The remaining four defendants who pleaded not guilty were solicitors Wasim Iqbal and Aadiel Salya, recruitment consultant Alex Butler and self-employed property developer Yasin Salya.
 
The two Salysas will appear at the Liverpool Crown Court on June 27 in their bid to have the charges against them be dismissed.
 
The fraud committed by the seven accused involves fraudulent medical and credit hire invoices and is estimated to be £950,000.
 
In a statement released in February, Farleys Solicitors LLP said that none of its clients suffered any financial loss.