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    I was wondering if a 50/50 split liability claim will count as at fault on my insurance policy. Also Will this effect my premiums?

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    Yes and yes. Any claim will increase your premiums even with a no claims protector and even if you weren't at fault.

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    Does the premium raise according to the severity of the accident. And thanks for quick reply

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    (Original post by Mehmet_Sarica_)
    Does the premium raise according to the severity of the accident. And thanks for quick reply

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    When I had a 50/50 claim I lost 3 years no-claims. At the end of the year in which I had the crash I would have had 4 but it reduced down to 1. The price was roughly double to renew.
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    How much did you pay before and at renewal? Was it a serious accident?

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    Yes, and yes.

    I wouldn't be surprised if the other party is with the same insurance company as you.
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    No they are not, my insurance told me. Also how much do you think it will effect premiums with protected no claims.

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    (Original post by Mehmet_Sarica_)
    No they are not, my insurance told me. Also how much do you think it will effect premiums with protected no claims.

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    Call them and ask them how are we supposed to know depends how much they pay out 😂
    Someone i know had a fault claim which caused the insuer to pay out £41k they didnt send him renewal invitation so its differnet for everyone
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    (Original post by Joeey009)
    Call them and ask them how are we supposed to know depends how much they pay out 😂
    Someone i know had a fault claim which caused the insuer to pay out £41k they didnt send him renewal invitation so its differnet for everyone
    ****s sake😂😂😂how did he manage to do damage that bad? What did he hit a hyper car?

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    (Original post by Mehmet_Sarica_)
    ****s sake😂😂😂how did he manage to do damage that bad? What did he hit a hyper car?

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    Motorway accident in a foreign country 😂
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    (Original post by Joeey009)
    Motorway accident in a foreign country 😂
    Oh dear😂 was he alright and how bad was the damage?

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    (Original post by Mehmet_Sarica_)
    Oh dear😂 was he alright and how bad was the damage?

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    Yeah fine his car got written off and damages to other cars etc came to that amount i guess.
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    To be honest, whenever I have filled in the forms for insurance they haven't asked whether or not I was at fault for a claim, just if there had been one and what the total amount was.
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    When you switched insurers was the price cheaper or more expensive? And how many claims did you have?

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    I haven't switched so far as my current insurer has always been the cheapest option. Just the one claim.
 
 
 
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