Motor premiums in the UK are likely to rise after a court decision adds liabilities to the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) which is ultimately financed by all insured motorists.
The Court of Appeal has clarified the scope of an insured’s notifications of circumstances in a decision which is likely to help reduce the number of disputes between insureds and insurers over policy years’ claims coverage.
The UK Court of Appeal has upheld a 2018 High Court decision and ruled that the Royal Opera House failed to take sufficient steps to protect viola player Christopher Goldscheider against hearing damage during a 2012 rehearsal of Wagner’s Die Walkure.
Criminals using personal and corporate data against companies for multiple coordinated attacks is increasingly giving rise to claims disputes between different insurers and policies.
The UK’s Supreme Court has overturned an earlier Court of Appeal decision which would have set a precedent with costly consequences for motor insurers.