The bus company has contacted both my daughter and her friend requesting their insurance details. I have told them to provide the name of their insurance companies, the policy number and date of expiry.
Is this all that is required? Are you able to offer any additional advice in relation to this situation that may help my daughter or her friend? Put simply, is there anything they would be advised to say or not to say at this stage other of course than being absolutely honest about the situation?
Also, is there any possibility that if the police were to become involved that my daughter could be fined or held responsible as she is the car owner and person insured.
Apologies if I am repeating myself, I just want to make sure I have understood you correctly
Thank you so much
My daughter did not check her friends insurance details, she relied on the information given to her by her friend, who also believed she was insured. Is this sufficient evidence that my daughter did not know?
Also, would it be advisable for my friends daughters's father to approach the bus company and ask if the costs could be negotiated out of court or will this not make any difference to the ultimate outcome?
What are the likely consequences for my daughters friend in terms of her licence and finance
Thank you once again
I am very happy with the responses I have received and have no problem at all in terms of satisfaction.
Having reflected on the situation I just needed one final response to questions submitted as they are different to the original question but integral to understanding the situation fully.
As time lapsed the last response received and my final questions, I assume that the person I was dealing with considered that there would be no further correspondance and may also be busy with questions from other clients
I would really appreciate a final response to the last questions