Tag: insurance


Did you know – The issue of “betterment” is often raised in tort and contract claims for replacement or repair costs. The theory behind betterment

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Did you know: When either the insurer or the insured commences proceedings in a recovery action that involves subrogation, they are obligated to protect the

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WR Insurance Bulletins

Welcome to William Roberts’ Insurance bulletins, where we share our thoughts on relevant or interesting legal issues. Please click on the relevant article to read

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No hire car charges for unroadworthy vehicles and unlicensed drivers

Did you know: You can (and should) oppose hire car or loss of income claims where the damaged third party vehicle was (i) unroadworthy, or

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The curious case of the snail in the bottle

Did you know? One of the pivotal moments in tort law history features a decomposed snail found in a bottle, which was the subject of

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Legal Professional Privilege

The term “privileged” is often thrown around and slapped on the top of letters and emails.  But do you understand how legal professional privilege applies,

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Dual Insurance

Did you know: Subrogated recovery against a third party isn’t your only potential recovery path. There may be another insurance policy that covers your insured

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Calderbank Offers

Did you know – The principles for when offers can be relied upon to obtain a cost advantage were first outlined in the case of

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Zurich Insurance PLC v Koper [2022] NSWCA 128

This recent judgment of the NSW Court of Appeal provides a useful reminder of the jurisdiction of state courts and the availability to invoke federal

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