Hiscox blasted by QC over policy interpretation

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Hiscox Action Group has attacked the way Hiscox has construed clauses and interpreted words in its submission to the court amid the Financial Conduct Authority business interruption test case.

QC Ben Lynch, representing the Action Group which has been one of the loudest voices since the debate reared its head earlier this year, highlighted a number of examples in the fourth day of the test hearing.

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Describing the Hiscox approach across a number of points as “wrong” Lynch said its

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