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I haven’t got a clue what it means when they say that she is going to be questioned “in front of a jury”.
I assume they mean a panel of people.
I am assuming that this is an interview by the insurance company.
If it is, then I cannot see why, apart from bullying you they are even saying that it’s going to be under oath.
Ordinarily, a criminal interview would be under caution not under oath.
My personal view is that I would nod politely and do whatever they agree to and if you don’t like the way the interview is going, just draw a line under it and tell them that you are not prepared to continue any further unless they change their attitude, withdraw the question, or whatever. You are free to walk out at any time.
You will have to refresh my memory about that because I cannot see the previous thread.
I remember the Gap insurance question but I cannot remember the minutiae.
All you can do is answer the questions truthfully because let’s face it, that’s actually what happened.
I can tell you now that claims management companies are no Tories for getting it wrong.
You can say that you never ever said that your daughter was in the car, the claims management company assumed that your daughter was in the car, because they didn’t realise that you had already dropped her off. Just say it completely as it is.
With regard to the past accidents tell them that you simply cannot remember because your memory isn’t that good but if they check the Motor Insurers Bureau database, they will have a list of them. You are ahead of me with that.
I apologise for my typo. Voice recognition software.
Claims management companies are notorious for getting it wrong