Intermediate Motor Insurance – Bodily Injury/Fatal Claims

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM | 29 & 30 May 2024 | 14 CPD Hours

Registration Deadline: 24 May 2024


This comprehensive programme is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the complexities of civil procedure and effectively handle bodily injury claims. Participants will gain a profound understanding of key aspects, including liability and quantum assessment, legal interactions, and efficient claims management within the context of motor insurance matters.

This programme is ideal for professionals seeking to enhance their expertise in bodily injury claims, providing a comprehensive and practical skill set to navigate the legal and practical challenges associated with this domain. Participants will leave with the confidence and knowledge needed to excel in managing and resolving bodily injury claims effectively.

Recommended For

  • Insurance industry personnel who has basic knowledge in insurance or basic knowledge in Motor Insurance
  • Non insurance personnel whose work require an understanding or practical knowledge of the subject
  • Anyone who requires knowledge in insurance

Learning Format

  • Instructor-Led Online Class

Learning Outcome

  • Understand Civil Procedure in relation to claims
  • Appreciate as to how courts assess Liability and Quantum bodily injury claims
  • Deal with lawyers and adjusters
  • Handle Bodily Injury Claims efficiently and effectively
  • Acquire practical approach in dealing with liability and quantum in motor insurance matters
  • Acquire the skills of negotiating ‘persuasive’ settlements with confidence
  • Manage time more effectively

Intermediate Motor Insurance – Bodily Injury/Fatal Claims

Programme Structure
Meet The Expert
Additional Information

For Inquiries


+603 2712 8882

Programme Structure

Day 1

  • Insurance Act & Regulations 1996 (in relation to claims)
  • Courts Jurisdiction and Procedure
    • Road Transport Act 1987
    • Part IV (Section 89 to 107)
  • Road Traffic Rule
  • Application of Civil Law (Amendment) Act 1984 Limitation Act 1950
  • Assessment of Liability of insurers and recovery prospects
  • Quantification of Claims
Day 2

  • Legal Costs and Interests
  • Delay in settlement and its effect on Quantum
  • Out of Courts settlement
    • Advantages and Effectiveness or vice-versa
  • Effective Discharge of Liability and Proper Documentation
  • Setting aside JID (Judgement in Default)
  • Verification of Draft Consent Orders for Courts approval



Early Bird (Member)

Single: RM990 | USD230

Register before 24 May 2024

Early Bird (Non-Member)

Single: RM1,090 | USD250

Register before 24 May 2024

Normal Fee (Member)

Single: RM1,090 | USD250

Group of 3: RM940 | USD218

Normal Fee (Non-Member)

Single: RM1,190 | USD272

Group of 3: RM1,040 | USD240

*Fees inclusive of 8% SST (Malaysia Sales and Service Tax)

Meet The Expert

LL.B (Hons)
Mr Sivakumar started his career with a legal firm handling insurance claims in 1992 and later joined two insurance companies holding the position of assistant manager and manager in claims before joining a leading local loss adjuster as General Manager – Motor Division.

He was acknowledged by Bank Negara for his assistance in the settlement of claims for Mercantile Insurance Sdn Bhd (under liquidation).

He holds a LL.B (Hons) qualification from the University of Wolverhampton, UK.

Additional Information


  • Registration can be done via online at
  • As the maximum intake is limited to 25 pax per course, registration will be based on first come first basis.
  • MII practices a ‘no-credit’ policy. As such, all companies and individuals are required to make payment before the commencement of the course.
  • MII reserves the right to reschedule, change the trainer, modify the course content or cancel the course due to unforeseen circumstances without prior notice.
  • Contact person or participants will be notified through the email or phone on the status of the programme
  • Any Cancellation after the closing date is not allowed.

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