Insurer QC accuses FCA of "hair splitting wordsmithery” as Supreme Court showdown continues

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David Turner QC, representing RSA, opened the day by wrapping up his submission regarding its Cottagesure policy – RSA1 – which he had started the previous day before turning to RSA3 – also known as Eaton Gate Commercial Combined.

The provider had opted against appealing the High Court’s ruling on two other policies including the Marsh/Jelf Resilience wording.

Turner maintained a focus on radius, which had been prominent across the first day’s proceedings when QBE, Argenta and MS Amlin had

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