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  1. Hi, I had an minor accident some time back which turned out to be my fault even though the other driver was very fast. i agreed and paid for his repairs as he wanted, and at that time he seems happy with it. To close the case my insurance company had sent numerous letters for him to sign but he hasn't responded to any. now my insurance renewal is due and because he has not yet signed i have to pay additional premium for my renewal. Please can somebody advice is there is way i can sue him/ or legally ask him to pay any additional money i pay because of his negligence? many thanks BTW: i have pictures and all the repair bills from garage. and SMS confirmation of him accepting the repair is done to his satisfaction.
  2. What to do??? My 10 day old Panasonic GF1 camera was got water damage due to a flood from the flat above, (something in tank broke) this was just an accident however, I had to claim on my own insurance (Allianz) for replacement. I had to send the camera of for tem to inspect. They now say they can repair it but the agony I have is the it was purchased on the 15th Jan with a 3 year warranty, this will now be void due to the water damage, the repairers says they will fit original parts but then only guarantee their work for 30 days. I sent it to them to confirm that this was a genuine claim I did not expect them to take it apart and repair it. I have read various reports of water damage being repaired to electrical items and then other faults occurring. Am I worrying about nothing or is there a way I can request an exact replacement? Looking forward to you thoughts. DO I go ahead with authorising a repair as I was
  3. What to do??? My 10 day old Panasonic GF1 camera was got water damage due to a flood from the flat above, (something in tank broke) this was just an accident however, I had to claim on my own insurance (Allianz) for replacement. I had to send the camera of for them to inspect. They now say they can repair it but the agony I have is the it was purchased on the 15th Jan with a 3 year warranty, this will now be void due to the water damage, the repairers says they will fit original parts but then only guarantee their work for 30 days. I sent it to them to confirm that this was a genuine claim I did not expect them to take it apart and repair it. I have read various reports of water damage being repaired to electrical items and then other faults occurring. Am I worrying about nothing or is there a way I can request an exact replacement? Looking forward to your thoughts. Do I go ahead with authorising a repair as I was
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