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Topic: Insurance
Posted By: Smight at BBSC
Subject: Insurance
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 7:09am
Had a little tussle sailing in the laser 2000 open at bbsc. Some berk on the start line decided to push everyone up without giving time to react. This meant that the boat that some one had kindly lent us got damaged. We then had to protest the boat that hit us to prove fault. We one the protest but they still argued that it was coming of our boats insurance. We were assured this was wrong so decided to ask your opinions (especially that of Mr Nobel who they are insured with).

Thanks Smight.



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Posted By: radixon
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 8:22am

I would PM Mr Noble (Chris Noble) and at least that way he gets an email too.

Never done a boat insurance claim, but I am sure its the same with car insurance that you get there details and then you let your ins. co. have the details and if you can get them, any witness's too. Witnesses can assist you speed up the claim, cos if you say one thing and the other party disagrees, then it could end in stalemate, whereas another statement assists.

Best bet is to give them a ring Smight.



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Posted By: Jamie600
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 9:59am

 

If they have been proved at fault by protest, it should come off their insurance. When things like that have happened to me we've swapped insurance details, the companies have then spoken to each other directly and the bill goes to the insurance company of the boat at fault.



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Posted By: Isis
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 12:15pm
Originally posted by radixon

I would PM Mr Noble (Chris Noble) and at least that way he gets an email too.



Chris has nothing to do with insurance, but im sure hed love to get an email anyway


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Posted By: Noble Marine
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 12:33pm
Smight

The situation of events has been described slightly differently to us.  I'll send you a pm with more details.

Jon

PS  As has been pointed out by Isis, Chris Noble does not work for Noble Marine.

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Posted By: Noble Marine
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 12:59pm
Smight

Can you clear your inbox?  You've got too many messages there.

Jon


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Posted By: radixon
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 1:05pm
Originally posted by Isis

Originally posted by radixon

I would PM Mr Noble (Chris Noble) and at least that way he gets an email too.



Chris has nothing to do with insurance, but im sure hed love to get an email anyway

I stand corrected, my mistake, Sorry.



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Posted By: Smight at BBSC
Date Posted: 08 May 08 at 5:34pm
Sorry deleted my pm's and sorry Chris got it wrong. 

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