CFC’s Chris Comerford tells Insurance Times why he believes this judgment might open the doors to vicarious liability claims becoming commonplace as the CQC cracks down on insurance checks
There could be major implications for brokers and insurers following April’s landmark county court judgment in Breakingbury v Croad, which ruled that dental practice owners now need to be insured for vicarious liability claims.
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