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possible invalid insurance

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AngelEyes46 Thu 20-Apr-17 21:33:38

about 6 weeks ago, i had an accident where i hit another car. there is a possibility that he was rolling back so we agreed that we would not put it through our insurers. i reported it anyway but said that neither of us wanted to take it any further. the driver in the other car was a taxi driver. about 3 weeks ago, i received a letter from my insurers - they had received claims from 4 people who say they were in the taxi for i am assuming, whiplash. the driver did not wish to claim for any personal injury. i said that i could only remember seeing 1 person in the car and the impact was so minimal that i did not feel that there would be any claim and i was ok to go to court to verify this. i have received a further letter today - apparently i have not told my insurance company about 3 speeding fines - 2 in 2014, 1 in 2016. they are saying that my insurance may be invalid and i need to contact them within 7 days. does anyone know - whats the worst possible case and i suppose the best?

PurpleDaisies Thu 20-Apr-17 21:38:34

Did you forget to tell them about your speeding fines? I'm surprised they didn't ask you when you renewed your insurance.

The whiplash thing sounds rubbish. I had an accident (not my fault) and have had loads of calls encouraging me to claim for a bit of minor neck pain.

Good luck with getting it sorted.

AngelEyes46 Thu 20-Apr-17 21:52:23

it just renewed automatically so i didnt even think. i looked at my policy today and it does ask if i have had any fines and it is blank. i need to call them tomorrow but im really not sure what to say

AngelEyes46 Thu 20-Apr-17 22:00:22

has anyone got an idea about the speeding fines - will my insurance become invalid?

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