In this final part, we discuss the damages and cost awards.
Litigation is expensive and uncertain, and Davies v Nilsen was certainly no exception.
Publication date: April 4, 2017 | Topic: Claims management, Hot topics, Industry trends, Tort Temperature | Author: Geoff Atkins
‘Undertones’ to more serious symptoms In Part 3, we explore injuries and ‘undertones’ mentioned by the Court. The Court found that the injuries from the car accident continued as ‘undertones’…
Publication date: March 28, 2017 | Topic: Tort Temperature | Author: Geoff Atkins
In our previous instalment, we introduced the case of the 21 year old claim, and the impact of delay. In this instalment, we look at how the court considered the…
Publication date: March 21, 2017 | Topic: Tort Temperature | Author: Geoff Atkins
This is a motor injury case from Victoria with a fascinating series of issues. While it is unlikely to create wide-ranging legal precedent, the story illustrates many of the ‘tort temperature’ questions that we think about.
Publication date: March 20, 2017 | Topic: Tort Temperature | Author: Geoff Atkins
Presented by David North, Claims Expert & Vice President Property & Casualty Business Management at SwissRe, at the 2017 Commercial Lines Seminar in Sydney.
Publication date: March 16, 2017 | Topic: Industry trends