If you are a declared (recent) bancrupt, can one still get property and general insurance cover? If its difficult or premiums go through the roof, are there any companies that provide special cover for bancrupts?
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Bancruptcy and insurance
asked by Clifford Green posted 3 Years ago at 19:49
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xLouisex answered 3 Years ago at 19:54, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56I'm sure there are companies that will insure you Sweetie - just check your premiums don't rocket or the small print doesnt get you. There's always a (hefty) price, especially when you are down.
Thomas Aiken answered 3 Years ago at 19:58, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56I think the AA provide a cover.
Clifford Green answered 3 Years ago at 20:00, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56Thanks everyone - mucho appreciato.
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