Cardiff City are seeking damages of more than £10 million in a High Court action against insurance broker Miller Insurance LLP over the death of the striker, Emiliano Sala following a plane crash as he travelled to take up his new role with the club.
Cardiff City say the brokers failed to say players would not be covered if they were not ‘timely informed’ of new signings. However, the brokers said it was not up to them to ‘chase’ the football club over making sure new signings were insured and that Cardiff City was ‘fully aware’ Sala was not covered.
The claim continues with the football club evaluating the Defence filed by the brokers.
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