On the 29th there was a bit of wind in the north east. My car happened to be parked in the wrong place at the wrong time. A house gable end fell on my car and totally ruined it. as you can see....
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I called my insurance company and they were the most unhelpful bunch of &%%£$"** i have ever known. regardless i wasn't wanting to claim though my insurance anyway. £500 excess and i would loose 10 years no claims. So really not worth it.
anyway i tried to get them to go through the other persons house insurance. They weren't really bothered about that. They were more concerned about telling me that i would have to pay the £500 at the garage when it gets fixed. So anyway, i left the insurance company right away and i'm fighting it myself.
the house insurance company are unwilling to pay out unless i can prove that the building has not been maintained, built properly ect. which i can and have done but the insurance company have responded and no doubt will be dragging their heels. has anyone dealt with this situation before? any tips would be welcome.
see in the picture that there is no wall ties. the top part has been re built before so there should be some.
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also breaking it for parts if anyone is interested