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See HERE for a post on the possibility of difficulties with insurance companies. Readers might like to know of the provisions of Section 55 (3) (f) of the Consumer Protection Act 2007.

It reads:

“55.- (3) A trader shall not engage in any of the following commercial practices:

… (d) in relation to a consumer’s claim on an insurance policy, doing either or both of the following:
(i) requiring the consumer to produce documents irrelevant to the validity of the claim;
(ii) persistently failing to respond to the consumer’s correspondence on the matter, in order to dissuade the consumer from exercising contractual rights in respect of that claim;…”

Practically, when you get this kind of run-around, phone your solicitor.