Allianz Cornhill refused appeal

The House of Lords Appeals Committee has refused Allianz Cornhill leave to appeal in the Flora v Wakom action. The Court of Appeal had previously refused Allianz Cornhill's application to strike out a part of Mr Flora's claim, which sought to link any periodic payments order to an index other than Retail Price Index. As a result, Allianz Cornhill intends to prepare for a full trial. Roy Hebburn, divisional claims manager at Allianz Cornhill, said: "It is disappointing that despite the House

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