Dr Nicholas Bevan

Dr Nicholas Bevan
www.nicholasbevan.com

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

MOTOR LIABILITY TRAINING IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND

I am delighted to be presenting my public training on motor liability through the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers again this year.  This includes the following locations:


  • Manchester on   8 December 2015
  • London on         12 January   2015
  • Edinburgh on     15 January   2015


Recent developments require a brand new course, and some fabulous cases,.  
The training will cover: 

Major reforms to motor insurers’ liability and MIB claims
·         The New Uninsured Drivers Agreement 2015: a job half done
o    Major beneficial procedural changes obscure numerous irregularities
o    Still plenty of unlawful exclusions and restrictions, some new
o    Gaps in cover
o    Restricted appeal procedure
o    Legacy challenges

·         The Untraced Drivers Agreement 2003
o    New changes to shore up a fundamentally flawed and unfair regime
o    Which provisions can be successfully challenged
o    MIB proposes new agreement

·         Motor Insurer’s liability
o    Part VI Road Traffic Act 1988 due for major rewrite
o    Flaws in the Rights Against Insurers Regulations 2002
o    Misuse of s152 declarations
o    The Deregulation Act 2015, making it easier to cancel policies
o    Insurance Act 2015, restricting insurers ability to avoid liability
o    Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012
o    The case for wider reform

·         Why a working knowledge of European law is essential
o    EU law bright line standards of minimum compensatory protection made simple
o    Raising successful legal challenges

General liability update
o    Supreme Court clarification on contributory negligence
o    Standards of care: children, pedestrians, emergency vehicles
o    Continued use and misuse of ex turpi causa
o    Highways Act claims
o    Primary liability scenarios
o    Credit hire and repair claims
o    Accidents abroad in Europe

Feedback from previous MIB training
Nick is a brilliant and enthusiastic speaker’  ‘
Nick made a rather dry and technical subject understandable and, dare I say it, fun’  In one hour Mr Bevan presented the best overview of the civil justice reforms that I have read or heard’ 

‘The course notes are superb’

Please click on the image below to book your place online through APIL


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