The claimant insurers’ contribution claim was struck out on the ground that the genesis of their liability was not the same as the defendant’s. Damages paid by insurers to an individual for personal injuries suffered at the hands of the insured did not have the same genesis as that of the insured liable for the injuries. See the article by Henrietta Gordon in the forthcoming edition of Covernote (Jubilee Motor Policies Syndicate 1231 v Volvo Truck & Bus (Southern) Ltd [2010] EWHC 3641 (QB)).