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Letter of Further Evidence Following Insurer's Rejection of Claim

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Letter of Further Evidence Following Insurer's Rejection of Claim

This is a letter that can be used to submit further evidence to contest an insurer's rejection of a claim when items of the policyholder's property has sustained damage or been lost.

The document provides a simple template that enables a person to set out the key facts that are required to request that the insurer's reconsider their decision based on new evidence.


How to use this document

Once you have completed this document simply post it to the insurers, and wait for them to write to you. If you do not hear from them within 14 days you may wish to consider further action with the financial ombudsman or small claims court.

The letter should be sent as soon as possible after the rejection but in any event, before you commence any action in court.

In order to prove that the letter was sent, you may wish to send it by recorded delivery, or keep a receipt or other proof of posting.

Moreover, you may wish to obtain and enclose independent evidence to support the claim.


Applicable Law

The relationship is subject to the principles of contract and insurance law.

The Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 may also apply to the insurer's decision.


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