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Insurance Business | 02 Feb 2015, 12:14 p.m. Agree 0
Major player outlines why Christchurch-related complaints of human rights breaches are being taken very seriously whilst highlighting the dangers of such courses of action.
  • Sarah Pezaro | 14 Feb 2015, 07:36 p.m. Agree 0
    WeCAN are a voice for many unheard claimants. These issues can never happen again and, with all due respect, the response by IAG is nothing but corporate lipservice. My own case remain unresolved, not through the complex issues that the number of claims has given rise to, but rather down to negligence or fraudulent behaviour. Now in court.
  • Russell Clifford | 28 Nov 2016, 08:48 p.m. Agree 0
    If only Mr Dowling would look at the bullying tactics his staff and employed agents are using to get people to take payouts based on negligent and risky methodologies by disregarding the insured parties professional reports and breaching their duty of care and processes outlined in their glossy brochures.
    They are still pushing insured parties to accept Jack and Pack as set out by their agents to fix an unreinforced,badly cracked,rubble foundation which has a water table of between 0.5m to 0.8m by using 50 tonne of concrete and steel jacking pads under the water logged foundation and create no uplift pressure or differential movement.......TO AS NEW CONDITION!! Sorry Mr Dowling we dont believe you .Maybe you should do a few site visits and experience reality away from your desk.You might be surprised ....
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