Public transport insurance

In 2013, the terrible road accident that claimed the lives of 30 people and wounded 40 others in Ntulele, in South-Western Kenya, has been behind the showdown between insurers and the Matatus (public transport minibus). Insurers now refuse to indemnify any passenger traveling in a van devoid of license, overcrowded or unfit for road traffic.
The lawsuit involving the insurer Invesco and the owner of the minibus, the vehicle that caused the tragedy, prompted the market to react. Invesco Assurance has blamed the insured for having entrusted an unauthorized driver with an overloaded minibus which is deemed to be unfit for the road.

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