Insurance

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by slurps2, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. slurps2

    slurps2

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    do anyone know if you can takeout legal insurance to cover youself in a court case against losing.
     
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    It depends whether you are the defendant or plaintiff:Eeek:
    if your the defendant it also depends on reason for court case
    Some houshold policy have legal protection also some business insurance also have a defence policy in place
    If on the other hand, your thinking of sueing somone and want protection against loosing, you already have a weak case and should think again.
    In my opinipn no insurer would take that on:Eeek:
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    I and my solicitor think I have a very good case but,at the end of the day if the judge dont agree with us then I would be libel for all costs £3000.00 to £10.000.00.
    so I dont know what to do if I cant take out insurance I havent got that type of money anyway.
     

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