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DUNTHORNE v BENTLEY AND ORS

LLR: Insurance & Reinsurance

DUNTHORNE v BENTLEY AND ORS

[1999] Lloyd's Rep IR 560

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Rose, Lord Justice Pill and Lord Justice Hutchison

Insurance (motor vehicle) - Pedestrian running into road - Driver injured - Pedestrian’s car broken down - Whether driver’s injuries arising out of use of car by pedestrian - Road Traffic Act 1988, ss 145(3)(a), 151.

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