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Ogier acts for members of the API Airline Pilots Medical Scheme


22 August 2022


An Ogier team led by Alex Horsbrugh-Porter currently acts for 25 airline pilots in relation to a claim brought against Sovereign Trust company.  

The claim concerned gross negligence in relation to the trustee's administration of a trust created to provide income protection for pilots who lost their flying licence due to medical reasons.

The case turned on the allegation that the trustees failed to put in place adequate protection for the reamining pilots who had medical claims when it became apparent that the plan did not have sufficient assets to continue paying medical claims.

A CMC was set for October 2022 and expert reports have been exchanged.

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