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  1. Hi, Some advice please. I was involved in a very minor shunt over the weekend, there was no damage to either vehicle but I exchanged numbers with the other driver. I took pictures of both cars as well. I've had a phone call today from the other driver asking for my insurance company details and informing me that he has neck pain. My vehicle was stationery at the time and the other vehicle rolled back into my car. I'm very concerned as I think this is a fraudulent claim but even more of a concern is that I had a claim earlier in the year where my car was written off. If I tell my ins
  2. I need some understanding and advice on this scenario. Case in brief Car A hit Car B from the back when Car B suddenly stopped apparently in response to Car C. Car B was to state later that his car shunted forward to hit Car C. However during the incidence both Car A and Car B were sandwiched together upon observation. But drivers of Car B and Car C were witnesses to each other in their claims for Whiplash. The Driver to Car C did not show any dent on day of incidence but stated at the premises of the incidence that the impact to Car B led him to have a
  3. Hopefully I have the right forum section here. I had a minor (tiny) car accident a few weeks back, in which I went in to the back of another vehicle. I estimate my speed as around 5mph prior to slamming on the breaks, and therefore estimate my speed at impact of around 2mph. The damage to the vehicles seems to represent this. The damage (photos were taken) was merely a impact stress crack along around 3/4 of the width of the other vehicles number plate. Likewise, i have a a smaller stress crack on my number plate and a slight dink in the bumper which I would say was from the other vehi
  4. This is a question on behalf of my partner who is very worried about this matter. On my partner's way back from work, she accidentally bumped into the back of a young girl's car (around about 24-25 years old)... Anyway, the conditions were poor as it was raining heavily and the floor was obviously slippery because of that. However, the "bump" was only a MAXIMUM of 5mph... I checked the front of my partner's vehicle (Clio 04) and it was fine - no dents, no scratches, no marks - nothing! Upon the "bump" the girl in the other car pulled over to the side of the road and they exchanged
  5. Greetings Caggers. I wonder if any of you can give some sound advice. In October, 3 claims arrived in the post from solicitors acting on behalf of 3 people claiming whiplash injuries. They say I hit their car, and that it was my fault. The driver has put a different reg number from mine (one digit different), but the 2 passangers have put down my reg number. My insurance company appear to be dealing with this properly as a case of "mistaken identity", but the whole thing is going slowly. The solicitors acting for the 3 claimants do not seem to want to drop this - I presume because they ar
  6. OH had an car accident just over a week ago, we believe it wasn't his fault (car from side road turned into him). We've made a claim on our car insurance. Yesterday, our insurers said that they'd spoken to the other party's insurers who had admitted fault. Our claim would therefore proceed as 'no-fault', we would not need to pay our excess on the repair, and it would not affect our NCD. Today, I've got home to find a letter from a solicitor with a copy claim from from the third party. On the form he says his car needs repair but he's not going through his insurer; and that he's claim
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