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  1. Hi, I'm posting on behalf of my sister. A few weeks ago she was parked in a supermarket carpark and was just about to open the door to exit. She had the door already ajar, while she gathered her handbag etc, before opening the door any further she looked over her shoulder and a car swung in wide into her space (at speed) and caught the side of her door (see picture attached). The chap at first admitted liability and apologised. Luckily my sister had the common sense to look otherwise she could of easily had her leg crushed. What we thought would be a open and shut case has now been going on
  2. Hi, I'm looking for some advice as to where I stand on this issue. 3 Months ago I was at a Petrol Station filling my vehicle, I was parked in front of a gentleman already filling and paying. When he returned to his vehicle and I went to go to pay, he drove between my car and the adjacent pump; scratching my bumper beyond the paint, and shunting my car forward. I have gathered the CCTV footage from the forecourt, third party admits being present but denies 'crashing' into my vehicle - unfortunately the CCTV is facing forward (at the bonnet) and this collision occurred fr
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