Consumer Advocacy Insurance Uncategorized If your insurance company is reluctant to pay your claim imagine that!
But a few things in your post worry me. Glass's don't value salvage. No I haven't cashed the cheque. Ok, I wasn't aware of that - perhaps I've misinterpreted what was said.
I assumed that this was Glass's, but guess that was a poor assumption!
What kind of car do you have? Might help to suggest how to value it. Looks like the claims management company have put their own interests first.
Have you spoken to your insurers yet? But I'm not sure how relevant they are anyway - as you say, cars rarely sell for those values and in any case, the valuation I've been given is from an independent inspection company. I believe that the revised valuation that they've now provided is accurate, just that the third party's insurance company disagrees with it.
What's the point of an independent valuation if it carries no standing with the insurance company and they are free to disregard it? The company should have informed you of their valuation first, and discussed it with you. By just sending you a cheque for what they think it's worth, implies arrogance, and ineptitude, and to then close the case and refuse to re-open it suggests even worse.
But they make their money by saving the insurance company time and effort, so they are working for the insurance company not you. The heated screen would have been factory fitted, and so would increase the value of the car, although not by much, but as they make the car more saleable, they can't just be dismissed.
You might get a refund on the service package as it's no longer required. Have you checked the availability of the required parts. You may be able to take your insurance company to ombudsman on the basis of their negligence in employing a substandard company.
The claims management company said all along that I'd agreed with the third party's insurance company to the valuation and that my car could be written off, so that's why they didn't need to speak to me about the valuation I didn't even speak to them, so this was untrue.
I'm not sure if it was my claims management company who has made this up or whether it was the third party's insurance company.
I agree that the heated screen and parking pack etc should make a car worth more, but according to Glass's guide, that's not the case.Dispute resolution. Building service and payment disputes.
Keep informed. Business / company. Landlord / lessor. Property industry. Caravan / residential park operator. Licence holders. Sample complaint letter to a car dealer. This publication is for: Consumer Motor industry. If you're making a claim for injuries after a car accident, and the other driver (and his or her insurance company or lawyer) is disputing who was at fault for the accident, crafting a tough and persuasive demand letter becomes even more important.
Use this sample demand letter as a template when drafting your own correspondence. Feb 11, · You can write a recorded letter to the claims management company stating your concerns over their handling, and do a CC to your insurance company, or you can do it the other way round, as I still feel that they are the ultimate bearer of responsibility, as it is your insurance company that you have your contract with.
As soon as the insurance company has denied a claim or not given a satisfactory response to a claim, the customer should write a letter. The letter should state that the customer does not agree with the result and that they plan to dispute it.
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