|African tour was not a go!||2019||
Hans planned a trip to Chad, Africa through a travel company. To apply for a visa, he required an invitation. When he sent his application to the Chad Embassy in Germany, his passports were lost, and he cancelled his travel. Was the insurance company correct to decline his claim for the cancelled trip?
|Responsible lending and repossession woes||2018||
Deena arranged a loan for a new car. Information in Deena’s loan application, which was filled in by a dealer, was inconsistent but the lender relied on the information regardless. Deena entered unexpected hardship and could not afford to pay the loan. The lender tried to repossess the car, but Deena would not surrender the car. Was the repossession lawful and should the lender have lent money?
|“I won’t pay!”||2019|
While hurrying to leave for the airport, David left his two suitcases containing sentimental items by the gate while doing a final check of the house to do a final check and get his passports. On return his bags were gone. His travel insurer declined his claim, was this correct?
Company A knew that it had to take steps to prevent concrete getting into holes in underground pipes. The question is whether it took ‘all reasonable precautions’, as required by its insurance policy?
|Eczema ruins holiday||2019|
|Repayment waiver disappointment||2018||
Suravi topped up her loan with a loan company in 2018. At the same time, she purchased repayment waiver cover to protect her against sudden illness. Later in the year, she became ill and claimed on her repayment waiver. The claim was accepted but the pay-out only included the month in which the claim was approved and not the month’s payment when Suravi became ill.
|Test drive theft||2019|
|Cancellation means cancellation right?||2018|
|What’s the significance of my partner’s funds?||2018|