Big insurance problems

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tejb1
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Re: Big insurance problems

Postby tejb1 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:55 am

That's what I assumed - but then I wondered if you had a claim under someone else's policy whether their insurers would accept the agreed value.. or is it that you deal with your insurer and then they sort it out between themselves?

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pbar
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Re: Big insurance problems

Postby pbar » Thu Apr 20, 2017 12:02 pm

It's a very interesting thought actually. I really don't know for sure. Perhaps your own insurance would pay it and claim it back?

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Major_Tom
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Re: Big insurance problems

Postby Major_Tom » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:11 pm

I am phoning Clare from A-Plan today as per Smoke_Em's advice. Had to save my money again as I decided to drink loads of it to compensate for not having a Capri! Pubs are expensive aren't they :beer:

Yes, Capri is SORN-ed currently in a super secret rural location. And our cat sprayed on it yesterday! This all started about 4 years ago when I lived in Co-Op housing... one of the cats marked it, and ever since, wherever it goes, it gets a little dose of pheremones from any passing cats. It must be the only Capri that travels the country as a primitive "community forum" for moggies. "Ooh, a reply from Tiddles, I must let him know how I am" [psssss]

Wil let you know how it goes.. calling A-Plan now.
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Re: Big insurance problems

Postby SmokeEm » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:38 pm

Make sure you tell her you are a member of oldskoolford Tom - discount!!
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