The deceased had been a passenger in a car. He had known the driver was not insured. The estate claimed first damages from the first defendant driver, and only then to enforce the judgment against the second defendant. Held: The MIB was accountable for the judgment. Seymour J considered how the Agreement under which the … Continue reading Phillips v Rafiq and Moror Insurer’s Bureau: QBD 11 May 2006
The MIB appealed from a judgment making it liable for an award of damages to the estate of the deceased who had been a passenger in a vehicle which he knew to be being driven without insurance. The estate had not sued the MIB directly, but first . .