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Sarwar v Alam: CA 19 Sep 2001

Litigation had followed an accident. The claimant, a passenger, sought and won damages for personal injuries. He had taken out legal expenses insurance, and at dispute was the recovery of the cost of that insurance. He had been unaware of having the insurance and had also paid out for after the event insurance. He sought … Continue reading Sarwar v Alam: CA 19 Sep 2001

Brown-Quinn and Another v Equity Syndicate Management Ltd and Another: CA 12 Dec 2012

The court was asked as to the requirement for a client to be given free choice of a lawyer in the context of legal expenses insurance. The various claimants insured by the defendants had sought to instruct solicitors not on the respondent’s approved panel, but had then been refused indemnity. Held: The court declared that … Continue reading Brown-Quinn and Another v Equity Syndicate Management Ltd and Another: CA 12 Dec 2012