In May I submitted your claim to Sainsbury’s insurance after my car were being driven into and damaged.
I understood that my no-claims discount would be reinstated when responsibility was accepted by way of the alternative party. The last party was charged from the police with unable to stop and her insurers duly accepted liability. Sainsbury’s, however, still refuses C without explanation C to reinstate my NCD.
I subsequently changed my car and was told I needed to remove a different policy with Sainsbury’s, which now refuses to refund me the premiums for the unused months of my old policy. GH, Haddenham, Cambs
Cynics might think it significant your discount is restored soon there after I contact Sainsbury’s, but it surely insists the timing is pure coincidence. “We wrote for the customer three times to update him and were contacting another party insurer with a fortnightly basis to ascertain liability,” says a spokeswoman.
It entirely possible that warriors has finally wanted to settle the dispute.
During the seven months the claim is at progress, you suspended your old policy and took out a new one for any different car. Sainsbury’s says the refusal on the 3rd party to acknowledge liability had a direct impact on premiums. There are closed the revolutionary policy, updated your previous one together with the new vehicle and refunded the overpaid amount.
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