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2 November 2012


Law Society Publishing


9781907698668


PDF
160 pages

Guide to Motor Insurers' Bureau Claims (PDF version)
10th edition

Donald Williams and Malcolm Johnson

Overview

This is the eBook version (PDF) of Guide to Motor Insurers' Bureau Claims . The print version of Guide to Motor Insurers' Bureau Claims is also available.

The tenth edition of this well established work offers a concise outline of the scope and workings of the Motor Insurers' Bureau. It explains the extent of the Bureau's liability and the procedure for recovering compensation for victims of accidents involving "hit and run" and uninsured drivers.

This new edition has been extensively updated, offering practical coverage of:

  • The Uninsured Drivers' Agreement (including the 2008 Supplementary Uninsured Agreement)
  • The Untraced Drivers' Agreement (including the 2008 and 2011 Supplementary Uninsured Agreements)
  • cases involving the Bureau including Byrne
  • implementation of the Fifth EC Motor Directive.

The book includes the full text of the two agreements governing the Motor Insurers' Bureau's activities - the Uninsured Drivers' Agreement and the Untraced Drivers' Agreement - as well as the forms required to pursue such claims.

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Contents

1. Introduction;
2. Uninsured Drivers' claims;
3. The 'hit and run' motorist (the Untraced Drivers' Agreement);
4. International insurance arrangements;
5. Rights against insurers;
6. Cases involving or affecting the Bureau;
Appendices.

About the Authors

Donald Williams has 20 years' experience as a litigation partner specialising in personal injury claims and has been a full time chairman of employment tribunals. Malcolm Johnson is an associate solicitor at Blake Lapthorn in London. He is a fellow of APIL, a member of STEP, the Personal Injury Panel and a solicitor advocate.