Raise the Titanic!

If the Liesbosch lies at “full fathom five” and is beyond salvage, the question may be…

Sink the Liesbosch!

The credit hire industry apparently rests lightly on the foundations of a 3 to 2 majority…

Comparators considered part 1

Last month saw the handing down of judgment in the conjoined appeals of McBride v UK Insurance…

On the buses

From time to time, a large vehicle such as a PSV, a bus or coach, may be…

Credit hire and company cars

As has been observed elsewhere, the role of credit hire cars in the late twentieth century…

No insurance ? No MOT ? No problem

From time to time, claimants in credit hire cases, are found to have been driving their…

Extras and excess

One of the issues that often arises is the question of additional daily charges to waive…

The Poor Law

The issue of whether it was appropriate to take into account a motorist’s personal financial circumstances…

Evolving arguments: Clark v Ardington [2003] QB 36

A number of conjoined cases proceeded to trial before HH Judge Harris QC and then were determined…

Enforceability and measure of loss

The issue of the recoverability of credit hire charges returned to the House of Lords in…