Archive for May, 2017

EUI Ltd v Sultan (2017), QBD (O’Farrell J) 12th April 2017

The respondent had made a personal injury claim arising out of an alleged road traffic accident. The applicant was the insurer of the driver who was said to be at fault. Its position was that the accident did not occur as alleged, or at all, and that the respondent’s claim was fraudulent. It had obtained […]

May 28, 2017 В· Editorial Team В· Comments Closed
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Baker v KTM Sportmotorcycle UK Limited & another (2017) CA (Civ Div) (Lloyd Jones LJ, Hamblen LJ), 3rd May 2017

The respondent had purchased one of the appellant’s motorbikes second hand from a dealer. The bike was two years old, fully serviced and with low mileage. The front brake seized in use and the respondent was thrown from the bike leading to injury. His claim against the appellant alleged that his injuries had been caused […]

May 15, 2017 В· Editorial Team В· Comments Closed
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