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  1. Hi karches, It got a bit more complicated... I sent Morrison a letter of intent (think that's what it is called) explaining my intended course of action (small claims court). I sent this to their local hq and their national hq. I received a letter from their national hq almost immediately stating that they had further sub contracted the work to CLC utilities. So I wrote the same style letter to CLC who wrote back explaining that they could not see how my explanation could possibly have happened. I thanked them for their response and explained that it really did happen that way. No respo
  2. BUMP Still curious... Is there a 'standard' hourly rate for hours spent getting my car fixed, and claiming? I'm guessing this would be for 2 or 3 hours at most. If MU disputed the claim and it went to county court then I would need to take time off work, would I be able to claim for this, if so how - since the time taken would not be known at the time of the MCOL application so I wouldn't be able to state a number of hours. Thanks Alan
  3. maramaris30, Comprehensive answer, thank you. I hadn't thought about claiming for my time. Is there a 'standard' hourly rate quoted for this? I'm guessing this would be for 2 or 3 hours at most. If MU disputed the claim and it went to county court then I would need to take time off work, would I be able to claim for this, if so how - since the time taken would not be known at the time of the MCOL application so I wouldn't be able to state a number of hours. Stu007 I have spoken to Southern Water and they seem to have no interest in the matter. Good idea about a formal complain
  4. Hi, I have just signed up to this website, hoping to get advice on a problem I’ve recently experienced. Sorry... it’s a long one...... On a very windy day in June I was driving to a garage to get my car MOT’d when a temporary diversion sign was blown into the side of my car, scraping 2 doors and the rear wheel arch. I took several photos of the scene which clearly show that there were no sandbags holding down the diversion signs. Thinking it was a Council sign, I contacted the local Council who sent one of their Highway Department people to check the site, the visit took
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