Benefit Fraud Allegations

Benefit Fraud is usually governed by the Social Security Administration Act 1992. Recent Guidance from the Director of Public Prosecutions has suggested some benefit fraud cases should be charged under the Fraud Act 2006 which brings a maximum sentence of 10 years of instead of 7 years. The procedure is that individuals are usually invited into council offices or benefit agencies for an interview under Caution, regarding a possible overpayment or allegation(s) of clear-cut fraud(s).

DO NOT GO TO A BENEFIT FRAUD INTERVIEW WITHOUT US! DO NOT FEEL EMBARASSED..THIS IS OUR SPECIALITY!

We have for a number of years specialised in these cases and have had success in defending cases in the Court of Appeal where Prosecution Authorities have sought to challenge decisions made by Crown Court Judges in our favour. We instruct experts  who specialise in benefit fraud to assist us in the preparation of your case.

IF YOU ARE AT RISK OF LOSING YOUR BENEFITS DUE TO AN ALLEGATION OF BENEFIT FRAUD CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY