30th Jan 2012

The claimant must provide relevant particulars to enable the insurer to make a proper assessment of the claim. Should the claimant failure to do so for 2 ½ years after the accident, the insurer can make a written direction to the claimant to do so within two months and if the claimant fails to meet that deadline, the claim is deemed to have been abandoned.

An application can be made to reinstate the claim, but a full and satisfactory explanation must be provided and this can be costly, time consuming and without guarantee of success.

This publication is not legal advice. It is intended as a source of information only. No reader should act on any matter without first obtaining professional advice.

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