No one was injured and the police will not be interested. I
wouldn't bother wasting my time.
Yes, there is nothing to stop you sewing the driver directly.
Your remedy against Admiral if the complaint of the
Financial ombudsman. It is not a small claims court matter, because at this
stage, you cannot quantify a loss.
The date is immaterial but you only have three years to
bring a claim against the other driver.
It comes down to your word against theirs. They may have
completed 90% their manoeuvre which was ongoing. You had completed 100% of
yours because you had stopped.
Whatever argument they put forward, the fact remains that if
they had stopped there would not have been an accident. You were already
Yes, the fact remains that the accident happened in the last
10% of their manoeuvre. It makes no difference where about the manoeuvre it
was. The claims and let is, in my opinion, an idiot.
I'm not certain the point you're making about the reversing
lights because the reversing lights stay on throughout the manoeuvre.
Regardless, just because he has reversing lights on does not necessarily mean
that everyone has to jump out of his way. The idiot (another idiot) was clearly
not looking where he was going.
Based upon the fact you have given me. I would not be lying
down, either. Even if the insurance company settle 50-50. You can still sue the
driver and let a judge decide.
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