Do I have to pay excess on a no fault accident?

Do I have to pay excess on a no fault accident?

Asked on 17 January 2017 by Nigel Croft

Answered by Honest John
You usually have to pay it if there is any dispute about blame, and there usually is. You get it back if fault is firmly established as not yours. Can be a nuisance when renewing a policy because the process can take months.
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