A cautionary tale – Gary Broadley v UK Insurance Ltd

The recent case of Gary Broadley v UK Insurance Ltd [2018] SC Edin 34 provides a cautionary tale for Insurers and demonstrates the potential pitfalls and the serious consequences which can arise if administrative procedures fail. The case came in front of Sheriff Peter Braid at the All-Scotland Personal Injury Court on 6 June 2018 for the Sheriff to consider the Defenders’ Reponing Note which sought to repone (recall) the Decree in Absence granted against them for £25,000. The parties … Continued