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    Hi everyone,
    I finally got an iPhone (5s) on Thursday only to have it stolen from work on Saturday. Didn't even have the chance to set up 'find my iPhone' or properly look for insurance, so although I've blocked the phone and registered it as stolen, it's unlikely I'll see it again.
    However I was wondering that as it was stolen from the staff room at work (i.e. a burglary not theft as it's not in the public domain) whether the council insurance covers it and so could I make a claim? Or is that a bit of a long shot?
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    (Original post by Jim2312)
    However I was wondering that as it was stolen from the staff room at work (i.e. a burglary not theft as it's not in the public domain) whether the council insurance covers it and so could I make a claim? Or is that a bit of a long shot?
    Did your employer ever accept liability to look after your possessions?
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Did your employer ever accept liability to look after your possessions?
    I honestly can't remember but I'm not keen on asking in case they think I'm blaming them
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    (Original post by Jim2312)
    I honestly can't remember but I'm not keen on asking in case they think I'm blaming them
    If you're seeking compensation then you are blaming them...
 
 
 
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