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About timmytim123

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  1. Yes. The case has been investigated by my friends insurance company and rejected but now the claimant seems to be pursuing my friend directly. I tried to infer that from the sentence below. Sorry if I was unclear.
  2. Ah good, so it's most likely he has to make himself available to the insurance company's solicitors. The actual claim failed against the insurance company after statements, interviews and car inspections. There is no evidence of an accident so it failed. That's a relief for him that he can pretty much pass the case over to the insurance company to handle. It's pretty irritating hearing about these cases and especially as my friend has a three week old baby to look after while returning to work. Thank you for the information guys, much appreciated.
  3. I have a friend who was contacted by his insurance company due to a claim that he was in an accident and wrote off someone's car. My friend was not in an accident and so following investigation his insurance company rejected the claim. I've seen the photos of both cars, my friends car has not been in an accident, and the other car is an old banger with a bumper literally falling off. It might be worth mentioning the party making the accusation consist of three men who all have suffered from whiplash. Now it appears that the fraudulent party are now going after my friend directly, he got the following corespondence from his insurance company: My friend is obviously terrified having never been involved in legal proceedings other than buying a house. Can anyone layout what he can expect? I've told him he's got nothing to worry about as this false claim has been thrown out by the insurance company and you can't prove something that never happened. Practically can he refuse to cooperate as it is a waste of time? Is he obliged to do anything? Is it time to get a solicitor or will the insurance company assist as they are involved? Thanks for any advice. Any questions I'll relay and get back to you.
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