Insurance Law

Oct 29, 2018

Prescription and the Apportionment of Damages Act

In common day life, individuals are more than likely to find themselves in situations involving a claim of a delictual nature. That is to say, a […]
Apr 26, 2016

SHOULD YOU ASK FOR A RISK SURVEY FROM YOUR INSURER?

In a recent unreported decision in the High Court of South Africa, North Gauteng High Court, the Court was again faced with the principles regarding disclosure […]
Aug 12, 2015

ROAD CYCLISTS VS. MOTORISTS

The popularity of road cycling as a competitive sport and a form of transportation is on the rise. This naturally leads to major safety concerns and […]
Jul 28, 2015

CONSIDER YOUR CLAIM CAREFULLY: SOME OF THE NEED TO KNOW FACTS IN THE EVENT OF A THIRD PARTY CLAIM AGAINST THE RAF (ROAD ACCIDENT FUND)

The Road Accident Fund (hereinafter referred to as the RAF) has over the years created the assurance that public road users will be covered in the […]
Mar 12, 2015

Should you ask for a risk survey from your insurer?

In a recent unreported decision in the High Court of South Africa, North Gauteng High Court, the Court was again faced with the principles regarding disclosure […]
Mar 12, 2015

What happens after your house has been burnt to the ground?

There are definite steps that a homeowner will need to take if he ever has the traumatic experience of having his house burnt to the ground. […]