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29 October 2019
David Maria Marino Differential damages and insurers – everything must change so that everything can stay the same

Italy - DLA Piper

Employees injured at work are compensated by the National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work (INAIL), but can also bring an action before the civil courts against their employers or other liable third parties for damages not covered by INAIL. However, the criteria that the courts should follow to quantify so-called 'differential damages' remain unclear, which is relevant for third-party liability insurers exposed to indemnification claims arising from INAIL's recourse actions.

Authors: David Maria Marino, Karin Tayel
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