The tightening of the screw

Yesterday the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in a case I successfully argued for the appellant on appeal, representing the latest chapter in the Mitchell/Denton saga.

The judgment in Gentry v Miller and UK Insurance [2016] EWCA Civ 141  contains an interesting discussion by the Court of Appeal on the correct approach to applications to set aside judgments by an insurance company which wished to raise allegations of fraud.

A copy of the judgment can be found here Gentry v Miller and UK Insurance

One comment

  1. Well done, and no surprise,it is common of insurer’s to deny delay and then defend…They work on attrition hoping you get that board trying to communicate with them, that you will give up…has the case been paid out?

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