Insurance Law for Personal Injury Practitioners
Many personal injury practitioners may have overlooked and/or forgotten about the Insurance Act 2015 ("the 2015 Act"). However, since there is so often an insurer standing behind the defendant to a personal injury claim, the changes made by that Act are of relevance to personal injury practitioners.
This article summarises the law which preceded the 2015 Act and seeks to highlight how the modification of that regime by the 2015 Act increases the need for personal injury practitioners to have a working knowledge of the principles that apply, and be willing to engage with the factual issues that are raised when an insurer seeks to assert the right to avoid a policy of insurance.
You can read Edmund Townsend's full post on our Civil Law Blog here.