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I have a claim against me to a total of £22,000 as the result of an RTA on 4th July 2012 Unfortunately and with extenuating circumstances I found myself unknowingly to be uninsured with Saga. Any help would be gratefully accepted. Yours, Thomas XXXXXXX
I believed that I had already paid for damage to the third party vehicle to the sum of £4,197.04 and £879.56 legal fees to HJB claims solutions. These sums were paid on 26/08/13 and 04/09/13 respectively.
The latest claim is from DWF and is for supposed injuries, hospital fees and legal fees from four different claimants. I have requested more details from DWF on these claimants individually but after seven days and two more emails, no reply.
As a result of the accident and with no cover from Saga I have had my vehicle written off with a estimated value of £3,500.00
Having taken note of your answer I am disappointed in that I could have received the same answer from any man, woman or even a child in the street.
I trust that I will not be liable to a fee for this information.
Although accepting your apology I still require a solution to this query. Also I have always thought that the ombudsman was a government approved and registered authority to deal with complaints against individuals or companies. I look forward to your response.
Hello Ben, I Will get back to you shortly as I am awaiting information from other parties. Is there any way we can converse by phone as my explanation could result in a new War and Peace.
Good morning Ben, the reason I was uninsured came about because of a ferry cancellation from Spain which resulted in me returning home on my desired date. There was no mail or correspondence from Saga motor insurance about renewal of policy which I have always paid in full from the incept of cover. Numerous calls to them came back negative as they had not received confirmation of renewed cover.
My gripe is that there should have been at least a letter informing me that cover would expire.