‘EU Motor Insurance Law in the UK: Accidents on the road and responsibilities off it’

“Remedies for a Member State’s breach of EU law includes liability in damages. State liability has experienced notable successes in UK jurisprudence, but, generally, has also demonstrated limitations in holding the State to account for losses suffered by individuals. Establishing a ‘sufficiently serious’ breach of the law is frequently the limiting factor. However, in motor vehicle insurance law several state liability successes have been achieved, principally due to the UK’s flagrant breach of the Motor Vehicle Insurance Directives (MVID) …” (more)

[James Marson, Katy Ferris and Neil Fletcher, EU Law Analysis, 7 May]

First posted 2019-05-08 06:36:18

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