FOIL's Digest provides an overview of the latest legal issues impacting the insurance industry. Topics covered: Brexit; Civil Liability Bill affecting whiplash claims; GDPR; driverless cars; motor case-law round-up.
If Vnuk becomes law, the categories of vehicles required to be insured will increase significantly to include, for example, children’s motorised ride-on toys and golf buggies. This article sheds light on the latest developments and the UK Government’s position.
With cyber advances and skills gaps among the challenges soon facing the claims market, how can the sector future proof itself? Post, in association with the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, hosted an industry roundtable to find out. This article provides a summary of the discussion.
There have been a number of appeal judgments over the past month on the issue of whether at first instance a judge was right to find that the claimant was dishonest. This FOIL Update sheds light on three recent cases concerning fraud and fundamental dishonesty.
This FOIL update sheds light on the UK Government’s plans on the future insurance arrangements needed to deal with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and the changes it proposes to the Highway Code and the Road Vehicle (Construction and Use) Regulations.
The political ramifications of the Brexit vote still have a long way to run, and the commercial and financial consequences will not be known for some time. But what happens now? FOIL’s Update highlights the insurance industry’s initial response and the UK’s position following the referendum vote.
Produced by FOIL, this newsletter covers the latest developments relevant to the insurance lawyer community. Topics covered: cost budgeting; Vnuk judgement and vehicle definition; driverless cars; Government accepts IFT recommendations; three key issues in Scotland.
FOIL's Digest provides an overview of the latest legal issues impacting the insurance industry. Topics covered: European Commission’s proposals to tackle Vnuk; Government sets out future plans for insurance for driverless cars; Government accepts the IFT’s recommendations; developments in Scotland.
The serious injury guide was published in October 2015 and has now been available for use for over six months. This two page article sets out the latest on the implementation of the guide.
Produced by FOIL, this newsletter covers the latest developments relevant to the insurance lawyer community. Topics covered: legal knowledge standards; Enterprise Act 2016; NIHL claimant loses QOCS protection; costs budgeting; insurable interest.