Who should pay for asbestos injury?
Many headlines and reports were written about an asbestos decision made in The Court of Appeal on 8 October 2010.
The case was called the employers’ liability “trigger litigation.”
The issue was whether an insurance company should pay compensation for the employer found liable for the injury based on the time the injured person was exposed to asbestos, or the date when the injury starts to become apparent, for example when a tumour actually starts to develop. That is a very important question for the insurer, and very important for those injured by exposure to asbestos. Continue reading “More confusion for asbestos victims”