An AMI Insurance customer is upset after a policy loophole hindered her from being covered, according to TVNZ reports.
Kelly Lynn told TVNZ she thought she was covered when she had a road accident six months ago. She held third-party insurance coverage with AMI, which included an “innocent party protection” clause that would cover up to $3,000 for car repairs if she could prove she wasn’t at fault.
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