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Anthony Carrington

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Claims validation team.


Anthony has an extensive background in litigation, specialising in insurance fraud. His areas of expertise include high value fraud cases, ringed fraud and complex fraud. Anthony regularly advises on counter fraud strategies and bespoke fraud strategies on large scale organised fraud for insurers. He has also carried out extensive fraud training both internally and externally. Anthony has developed a specialist organised fraud team of over 20 organised fraud specialists. Anthony has a keen interest in intelligence and developing evidential packages which aid the defence of organised fraud claims. In addition, Anthony and his team work collaboratively with third party agencies and law enforcement agencies to tackle the facilitators at the root of problem.


Qualified 2007; solicitor Eversheds 2007-09; associate DAC Beachcroft LLP 2009; partner 2014.


Birmingham University (BA Law and Business).

West Midlands: Insurance

Personal injury: defendant

Within: Personal injury: defendant

DAC Beachcroft LLP has a strong reputation in personal injury defendant work with clients that include Axa, Allianz and Aviva. Rhodri Richards is the group’s head of business development and has extensive experience in insurance and personal injury work. Sara May leads the complex and catastrophic injury team in Birmingham and is ‘very professional’ and ‘very efficient’ with ‘excellent industry knowledge’. Elizabeth Duley  is an expert in motor injury, employer’s liability and public liability claims. For some, Richard Stallard ‘is undoubtedly the leading authority on periodical payments in this area of law’ and ‘is exceptionally focused, attentive to detail and has a strong strategic sense but never forgets that the claimants are human beings’. Liz Jones regularly acts for insurers on claims stemming from motor accidents or employment and public liability. Anthony Carrington advised Aviva Insurance on a claim seeking damages for an injury which allegedly arose from a three-vehicle collision. Counter fraud specialist Jemma Lewis assisted Direct Line Group Insurance Services with three claims which were allegedly caused by a road traffic accident.

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