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Hi. Just looking for some advice. 

 

To cut the story short my car was hit whilst stationary and the person drove off.

my insurance paid out and then put a claim against the 3rd party insurance. 

 

I had conga t with the insurance today and they told me that it's good news. The claim is going through as a rta and that I will just have to fill a form in send it back and the 3rd party will claim against there insurance recover the money and pay my insurance... 

 

Does this sound like normal practice and what is the form I hav to fill in. 

 

Also could it be a form stating that I will have to pay for any legal fees that are incurred. 

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Sounds ok. The third party has been found and the third party Insurers will deal with meeting your claim costs.

 

So means that you can recover from third party insurers any policy excess you had to pay, plus any other costs/losses you suffered and you then don't lose no claim discount,


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1 minute ago, unclebulgaria67 said:

Sounds ok. The third party has been found and the third party Insurers will deal with meeting your claim costs.

 

So means that you can recover from third party insurers any policy excess you had to pay, plus any other costs/losses you suffered and you then don't lose no claim discount,

OK thank you for the reponse. 

 

I think yeah my insurance said it can at times be common for the 3rd party to take this route. I forgot to mention that the guy who drove off insurance was made void so that's why his, insurance are taking the rta route. 

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