Court judgement could lead MIB to urge amendment to the Road Traffic Act


The Motor Insurers Bureau could challenge the government into amending the road traffic act following the Supreme Court’s rejection of its application to appeal against the Court of Appeal decision to uphold the High Court judgment in MIB v Lewis, which extended the liability of the MIB by compelling it to meet claims for uninsured motor accidents which occur on private land. That is the view of Mark Hemsted, member of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and Partner at Clyde & Co.

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