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Personal Injury Insurance - Do you have it?

Do you carry personal injury insurance?  

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  1. 1. Do you carry personal injury insurance?

    • Yes
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    • No
      10


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1 hour ago, Mick Dempsey said:

I suppose if you average it to 70 quid a month I’ve saved nearly 20000 pounds over the last 23 years by not having it.

That's how I look at insurance in general. Save the money and put it in savings or as Matt says accepts that can be cashed in if need be. Might have a different view if things go tits up though!

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4 minutes ago, Woodworks said:

That's how I look at insurance in general. Save the money and put it in savings or as Matt says accepts that can be cashed in if need be. Might have a different view if things go tits up though!

I’m not against insurance, I have cover for all sorts of things. Just I believe you can be overinsured, and no agent is going to tell you that.

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I don't have, and as I cut the tendon in my thumb 12 weeks ago which was not work related  and have had little income apart from customer I work for on a slate type agreement which I have billed.

The good thing is had no repair bills to pay and all my kit is mine.

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