25th September, 2018

Julie Anne Luck's review of Lewis v. Tindale, MIB and Secretary of State for Transport [2018] EWHC 2376 (QB)

Julie Anne Luck's review of Lewis v Tindale, MIB and Secretary of State for Transport [2018] EWHC 2376 (QB), decision dated 14th September 2018. This important decision extends the liability of the MIB to uninsured motor accidents occurring on private land.

Read the review here.

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