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  1. #11
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    There is no point in involving a solicitor unless you tell them the whole story. I think, I would fill in the insurers form with as factual detail as you can remember with a statement from mum as a witness, wait to see what the insurance companies reaction is before involving a solicitor. I suppose the moral is; tell your insurers at the time of an incident in future.

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    yep I did tell them at the start last year. But thanks for the advice...

  3. #13
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    Quote..."Its just too complex and stressing me so much."

    I know how stress such as this can bring you right down, so try not to worry too much about it.

    Let your insurance company do all that for you, after all that's what they are being paid to do, good luck.

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