Guide to MIB Claims: Uninsured and Untraced Drivers
The popular APIL Guide to MIB Claims: Uninsured and Untraced Drivers has been revised and expanded to include full coverage of:• s 151 of the RTA 1988 Untraced Drivers' Agreement • 5th Motor Insurers Directive • Bodies excluded from the requirement for compulsory RTA Insurance • Recent case law • Impact of the Motor Vehicle (Compulsory Insurance) Regulation 2007APIL Guide to MIB Claims: Uninsured and Untraced Drivers provides the practical advice that all personal injury litigators handling RTA cases need to advise clients whose claims involve untraced and uninsured drivers. These cases have always been fraught with procedural difficulties and the technical nature of the Uninsured Drivers' Agreement 1999 has increased the risks of default by claimants and solicitors.In addition to the expanded author commentary, the accompanying appendices have been expanded to include all relevant statutory materials (both domestic and European) and MIB documentation, as well as the author's own draft particulars of claim.APIL Guide to MIB Claims: Uninsured and Untraced Drivers sets out clearly the potential pitfalls when dealing with MIB claims and offers practical guidance to ensure that your clients' cases are handled effectively.10% discount for APIL Members, to take advantage of this offer please call Customer Services on 0117 918 1492 and quote your APIL membership number.
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Apil Guide to Mib Claims: Uninsured and Untraced Drivers
Andrew Ritchie,Jeremy Ford
No preview available - 2016