Hawley v Luminar Leisure Ltd, ASE Security Services Ltd & Mann (nominated underwriter for Faraday Underwriting Ltd)


Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Cases Citation

[2006] EWCA Civ 18, (2006) IRLR 817, (2006) PIQR P17

For D3 insurer of Defendant security contractor.  Case deals with vicarious liability of nightclub with control of contractor doorman and defines “accidental bodily injury” in public liability insurance.  See also [2006] EWCA Civ 30, relating to expiry of old-style Part 36 offer.

Related Barristers

Alex Glassbrook

Alex Glassbrook
Year of Call: 1995

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