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This work provides the practical advice that all personal injury litigators handling RTA cases need to advise clients whose claims fall within the 1999 Uninsured Drivers Agreement. These cases have always been fraught with procedural difficulties and the technical nature of the 1999 agreement has increased the risks of default by claimants and solicitors.;This revised and updated "Special Bulletin" takes into account the radically altered MIB Guidance Notes. It clearly sets out the potential pitfalls and offers practical guidance to ensure that your clients' cases are handled effectively.;For example, it highlights: how notices of claims must be served; what information the MIB requires; how to sue the MIB as a second defendant; the penalties for failing to provide the information prescribed; who can claim and what circumstances automatically debar a claimant; new strike out provisions and how to avoid them; and what duties victims have in relation to reporting accidents and tracing drivers.

MIB claims - Tara Vindis

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Title
MIB claims - practice and procedure under the 1999 Agreement (as amended) : special bulletin
Author
Tara Vindis
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Jordans
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20030715

This work provides the practical advice that all personal injury litigators handling RTA cases need to advise clients whose claims fall within the 1999 Uninsured Drivers Agreement. These cases have always been fraught with procedural difficulties and the technical nature of the 1999 agreement has increased the risks of default by claimants and solicitors.;This revised and updated "Special Bulletin" takes into account the radically altered MIB Guidance Notes. It clearly sets out the potential pitfalls and offers practical guidance to ensure that your clients' cases are handled effectively.;For example, it highlights: how notices of claims must be served; what information the MIB requires; how to sue the MIB as a second defendant; the penalties for failing to provide the information prescribed; who can claim and what circumstances automatically debar a claimant; new strike out provisions and how to avoid them; and what duties victims have in relation to reporting accidents and tracing drivers.

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Type
BOOK
Edition
2nd Edition
Keyword Index
Liability for traffic accidents - Great Britain.|Automobile insurance claims - Great Britain.|Compensation (Law) - Great Britain.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
96

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