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My Insurance Claim #1631634
12/04/2019 07:45
12/04/2019 07:45
Joined: Apr 2013
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Berkshire
AnnieMac Offline OP
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Just had a letter from Auxillis who say they are dealing with my insurance claim. Looked them up and looks like they arrange repairs at their network of bodyshops, so I am hopeful this means my Coupe will be repaired and not written off. I told Ageas there are two vis Coupes advertised currently for £3,500 and £3,700 so perhaps this has made them decide repairs would be cheaper after all.

It's frustrating how nobody seems to know what's happening because even the underwriters are underwritten.


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Re: My Insurance Claim [Re: AnnieMac] #1631637
12/04/2019 08:18
12/04/2019 08:18
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highlands
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Good to see the ball rolling Annie. Of course this is the time you find out how good/effective your insurance company are, & how things are handled. chinny


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Re: My Insurance Claim [Re: AnnieMac] #1631640
12/04/2019 10:30
12/04/2019 10:30
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Leicester
Dan Offline
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If they do repair it (unlikely IMO, but fingers crossed), you could have a word with the body shop and ask them how much extra it would be to sort out the lacquer peel (at your cost). I did this and got a small patch of lacquer peel sorted at the same time as an insurance repair, and they invoiced me separately for a very reasonable cost.

EDIT: just to mention this was my previous car (blue), not my current one.. Just in case anyone looks up the history some time in the future!

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Re: My Insurance Claim [Re: AnnieMac] #1631649
12/04/2019 18:49
12/04/2019 18:49
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AnnieMac Offline OP
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I was fed up Footman James wanted £57 to close the policy. I had to switch to a new insurer because I scrapped my Alfa and so the Coupe is now my only vehicle and can't be insured as a classic. This accident happened on the last day of my Footman James policy. If it is a good payout it might even pay for the repairs plus plastidip all over. Every cloud an' all that ...


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