Do you own a #car need #insurance CMA release survey findings into private motor insurance,you need to read this!
Smash repair concerns: Investigation reveals repairers putting potentially deadly vehicles back on road
Motorclaimguru was out looking for the #bestcompanies to work with and found an amazing one www.xspaid.com
Motorclaimguru aims only to work with the best in the industry,i look only for what benefits the consumer.So I check and research, so you do not have too.
A lot of things are changing in the insurance industry, and the Competition committee have been investigating insurance companies and the industry for last two years. In September, all becomes public, and I can see people not being so happy.
Insurance companies have continued to increase the #Excess on #policies for quite a time to apparently keep premiums lower. Unfortunately that means "if" you have an accident it could be a financially painful time.
If this is not to consumer detriment, I do not know what is...money is tighter than ever,and it means people are less likely to claim due to the excess.
So I looked into what we can do to change things....and from an insurance point of view and contract law side, not a lot.
But a bit of digging, and I found a company called XSPAID.COM ,insure your excess,and in the event of an accident,THEY PAY IT!..great idea, or to good to be true?
I contacted them and spoke to their European Network director Neville Pearson, arranged to meet yesterday.What can I say?like minded people, they do what Motorclaimguru looks for, puts the consumer first, ethical, and offer superb customer service.And their product does what it says!
It certainly makes things more affordable, and means your not sticking your hand in your pocket at the worst point in time...No Brainer in my eyes! www.xspaid.com
Ahead of the first Question Time event in London, Axa’s Amanda Blanc has shared her views on the risks facing the industry and warned that the most “potent threat” comes from customers.
Provided the claimed cost of repair was not unreasonable therefore, it was recoverable. Further, it made no difference that the Claimants were backed by insurers. The reasonable cost of repair was the cost the Claimant could have obtained on the open market: it did not matter that his insurer might have been able to obtain a better rate through its industry connections. Equally, provided the final amount claimed was reasonable, it could be recovered even if it did include sundry additional expenses.
Coles v Hetherton: implications for recovery actions
As usual with whom ever sets these schemes up, a complete failure in designing something fit for purpose.
Vehicle Identity Checks won't be required to return written-off cars in roadworthy condition from October 2015.
Allianz have said"using independent engineers will cost the industry 20 million pounds" post repairs checks. concerned yet?contact the GURU
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