Tuesday March 31, 2020

ECJ to deliberate on compulsory insurance law

Van passengers who are injured in road accidents may be able to claim compensation, if the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decides this week that Ireland must change the law on compulsory insurance.

2nd September, 2006

Van passengers who are injured in road accidents may be able to claim compensation, if the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decides this week that Ireland must change the law on compulsory insurance.

The High Court has asked the ECJ to decide whether there should be compulsory insurance cover for injuries to people travelling in vehicles that are not designed to carry passengers or equipped with passenger seats.

The case arises out of an action...

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