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Insights / News
Outer Temple’s Ian Denham continues his discussion with Ana Romero Porro of Cremades & Calvo Sotelo (Spain), Thomas Ricard of JP Karsenty & Associés (France) and Gerben Janson of Leidse Letselschade Advocaten (the Netherlands) to discuss limitation rules in their respective jurisdictions on the subject of road traffic accident (RTA) claims. This episode focuses on accidents involving cyclists and uninsured drivers.
In their earlier discussion the four personal injury specialists discussed the specific liability regimes that apply in each jurisdiction, including the burden of proof in motor liability claims and specific regimes in respect of ‘vulnerable road users’, such as pedestrians and cyclists, including:
Following on from their earlier discussion, Ian, Ana, Thomas and Gerben discuss in more detail:
This was the eighth in a new series of talks that Outer Temple’s cross border and travel law team have created on matters of interest in cross border personal injury work. Ian will be discussing experts reports in the next two episodes.
These vlogs will be included in the next edition of our new travel law e-newsletter.
Ian Denham is a personal injury practitioner with a particular expertise in matters involving serious and catastrophic injuries, wrongful deaths, clinical negligence and cross-border personal injury claims. His cross-border practice covers advising on jurisdiction, applicable law, direct rights of action against insurers, claims against the MIB, accidents in the air and on sea, and claims involving a cross-border employment aspect. Ian has also advised on the potential implications arising from Brexit.