Re: Write off Disco
"Lee_D" <newsgroupNOSPAM@NOSPAMlrproject.com> wrote in
> "SimonJ" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Once they have decided that its a Cat A, it will get disposed of
>> immediately, so they don't have to continue paying storage charges at
>> the garage.
> Exactly how much salt water is required to get it written off?
> Lee D
Rather my sentiments. If the insured hadn't agreed a settlement and hadn't
taken money, how has the insurance company suddenly acquired ownership of
the damaged vehicle? From my days in college, I seem to recall there needs
to be something called "offer, acceptance, and consideration".
What if the insured decided he would like to dispute the valuation and get
in a private assessor? How is that to be achieved when the "evidence" has
been spirited away?
Maybe this is in the small print of the insurance policy and I am just
But the company involved wasn't based in Inverness by any chance, was it??