Bushfires and the limits of indemnity for the acts or omissions of an insured during a total fire ban.
Part four of our series examines common law claims under the Motor Accident Injuries Act. By BELINDA CASSIDY
Part three of our series examines the new concept of ‘minor injury’ under the Motor Accident Injuries Act. By BELINDA CASSIDY
Want to know more about the Motor Accident Injuries Act? BELINDA CASSIDY addresses some common areas of confusion in a new series of articles.
Reporting and analysis of the most notable decisions in the Federal Court. By DAN STAR QC.
Supreme Court considers insurers’ duties to act reasonably and with utmost good faith as well as the bases for court intervention. By JEREMY HARRISON.
A polarising question in Australian insurance law is what is required of an insured by the duty of disclosure in s 21 of the Insurance…
From 1 July 2017, life insurers that are members of the Financial Services Council must comply with the new Life Insurance Code of Practice. By…
Workers compensation insurers are now entitled to be indemnified by a defendant driver who has been involved in a ‘blameless accident’. By BENJAMIN FERGUSON.
Wills and settlements should clearly state insurance obligations. By WILLIAM V. WINDEYER.
With 450 staff, including 135 lawyers, assets of $96 billion, and insurance deals with one in three Australians, the numbers involved in Anna Lenahan’s job…