Yet another gripping headline to draw in the reader of this blog … but despite the arcane title and multiple brackets these new regulations are worth knowing about. What they’ll do when implemented is to rectify a barrier to rights of recovery after an insurance policy covering a dissolved, insolvent or otherwise no-longer-existing insured has responded to a third party’s claim. Continue reading
Whiplash was referred to as a “racket” by several Peers in recent weeks. It can now properly be said to be EVEL.
Yesterday afternoon Peers completed their debates on the Bill. Almost all of the short discussion (of just around 40 minutes or so) focused on the part 2 of the legislation, ie the discount rate provisions. Continue reading