When can an injured party rely on motor insurance?
On 27 July 2012 a tragic accident occurred on the Malmesbury Bypass in Wiltshire, involving a burger seller and a motorcycle, which raised questions about when an injured party can claim on motor insurance for compensation. Mr Woodward ran a hamburger van which was parked up on the side of the road. This was a converted ambulance. Mr […]
When the risk of injury is obvious
The High Court has confirmed that there is no duty to warn customers of obvious risks of injury. On 11 January 2014 Emma Maylin, a 27 year old woman, went to use a bouldering wall at an indoor rock climbing centre. The bouldering wall was considered somewhat more dangerous than the other rock climbing because, […]