It's probably covered under 'Glass' in your car insurance policy. Probably £75 excess to pay and it probably won't affect your NCB.
It's just like a windscreen.
Trying to argue a defect will be nigh on impossible, just get it replaced, by National Windscreens if possible, not Autoglass.
No point in going out to look for a fight, especially in these difficult times.
I have a question about applying for Universal Credit. This is the first time I've ever applied for benefits and have a bit of an unusual living arrangement. I current rent the home I live in, but I also own a house (with equity) in my home town that my 71 year old mother lives in. She is over state pension credit age, which I've read in many places qualifies the property as "disregarded" or "ignored". I was just looking for some advice on the UC application form - there's nowhere that asks for details on this. You either state you have under or over £16k savings with no further questions. Do they get in touch to ask about this or do you not include it on the application because it's disregarded? I don't want to complete the application incorrectly, I know they're bogged down at the moment.
Thanks in advance for any insights on the application process.
You could of course refer to "the recording I made for my own notes" in your witness statement. If there is a discrepancy ebtween the recollections of what was said you could ask the judge if your could refer to the recording ... just listening to it yourself, and then say "the recording I made confirms my recollection".
The other side can then try and claim your recollection is wrong, or that the recording doesn't say that, but hopefully they (or the judge!) will ask for it to be played ..... bingo.
If the other side tries to prevent it being listened to (by you, them, or the court....), don't say a word ... whilst it then may not be admissible, it shouldn't influence the judge, but they are human... hard for them not to be swayed if it comes down to "who do they believe".
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