[2012] EWHC 1730 (QB)

The victims of a taxi driver, who lured women into his taxi, sedated and sexually assaulted or attempted to assault them, could not claim against the driver's motor insurer. Their injuries did not "arise out of the use of a vehicle on a road" within the Road Traffic Act 1988 s.145(3)(a), his deliberate acts were not required to be and were not covered by the insurance and his use of the vehicle at the time was not an insured use.

QBD (Silber J)


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