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BLM case reported in The Times - Doctor to pay £40,000 in whiplash case
A doctor who it is claimed exaggerated medical evidence in a large number of road traffic accident (RTA) whiplash cases is to pay an estimated costs bill of £100,000 to insurer, Ageas and its solicitors, BLM.
Asons improper as BLM defends NIG
Leading insurance and risk law firm BLM, instructed by NIG, has successfully defended a noise induced hearing loss claim (NIHL) brought by Asons Solicitors.
'Use' of a vehicle does not include 'causing or permitting' someone else to drive
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that motor insurers are not required by section 145 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to indemnify an insured driver who has “caused or permitted” an unidentified and uninsured driver also to use a motor vehicle. Permitting use is not the same as using.
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