26th July, 2017

Ben Morris instructed in landmark case for the insurance industry

Ruling in Dickson v NFU Mutual Insurance Services

Ben Morris was instructed by Browne Jacobson to represent NFU in a two day trial in Carlisle County Court before His Honour Judge Peter Hughes QC. The Judge found that a number of criminal offences may have been committed through Preston firm Barber & Co who were Third Party as to costs in the proceedings. To read the report in the Law Society Gazette and read the Judgment please click the link(s) below:

The Judgment [PDF]

Law Gazette [weblink]

Browne Jacobson [weblink]



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