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KNOW YOUR POLICY!

Posted by on May 2nd 2017 in Blog Posts

KNOW YOUR POLICY!

In Leeds Beckett University  v Travelers Insurance Company Ltd  [2017] EWHC 558 (TCC) Coulson J found that Travelers  were not liable to the claimant University under its insurance policy (“the policy”) because the damage caused was not considered to be accidental damage for the purpose of the policy. The judge determined that ‘accidental’ means an event that occurs by chance and is non-deliberate therefore the Insurance Company, in this case, cannot be liable for damage that was inevitable.

In this case the University built an accommodation block on the site of a former brewery – as well as redevelopment...

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