By Sam Friedman, attorney and partner at law firm Friedman, Friedman & Friedman, in London.
Read full articleHow to win a car insurance claim in court in England and Wales:This is a short guide on how to win in court and avoid costly delays.
The key factors are:- you’ve already bought your car for more than three years and have a full history of buying cars in the past.- you’re a licensed lawyer and have the right to do business with your clients.- you know the law.
It is important to remember that you must show the court that your claim is valid.
For example, if your car has an MOT test but you don’t have a valid test certificate, the court will probably conclude that your MOT test has been fraudulent.
You can also apply to the courts for an order declaring that your car is a genuine MOT test, or for a ruling that your vehicle has a faulty engine.
If your MOT was faulty and you are claiming damages for that, the courts will usually look at your claims to see whether you’ve got a valid claim, or whether you have a claim that doesn’t fit into the other criteria, which will give you more leeway in your case.
The court will usually decide if your MOT is valid and whether you can get the court to award costs.
If the court rules your MOT isn’t valid, then you’ll be asked to prove your claim and pay the costs of the claim.
You’ll then be sent to court to give evidence, including showing why your claim should be allowed.
If you have an MOT and your claim was rejected, you will then have to show the full details of your MOT, including its full details, for a full hearing.
This is where you can make a case that you are entitled to the damages, which are determined on a case-by-case basis.
For example, suppose that your mot test was faulty, and you didn’t have the proper test certificate. If you don