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Amy Jeffs and Charlie Mahoney consider the Court of Appeal's judgment in MIB v Lewis, looking at the original decision, the basis on which the MIB brought the appeal, the court's judgment, and the…Read more
The Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the motor insurer's appeal in R&S Pilling t/a Phoenix Engineering v UK Insurance Ltd. The decision provides welcome clarity on the scope of the Road Traffic…Read more
In 2017 we reported on the Court of Appeal decision in Cameron v Hussain. Today the Supreme Court handed down the hotly anticipated judgment in the appeal of that decision. The Supreme Court upheld…Read more
The combined impact of Brexit and prolific judicial activity in the field of motor insurance both in the Court of Justice of the European Union and the English and Welsh courts has brought with it…Read more
The European Commission has released the outcome of deliberations on the operation of the scope of the Motor Insurance Directive ("the Directive") which it began following the highly publicised CJEU…Read more
The Court of Appeal has ruled that the victim of a road traffic accident can bring proceedings against an unidentified driver of an identified vehicle. Nicola Dunk examines the implications arising…Read more
Until yesterday the most recent development in the Vnuk saga was the publication in June of the European Commission “Roadmap” which made suggestions for the possible adaptation of Motor Insurance…Read more
The Deregulation Act 2015 was introduced with the aim of reducing the burden of legislative “red tape” upon business. Section 9 and Schedule 3 of the Act will be of great interest to motor insurers as…Read more
Vnuk ruling: does this decision from the European court herald a change in UK motor policy coverage?
Vnuk v Zavarovalnica Trigla 4.9.14 Court of Justice of the European UnionRead more