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Old 20th February 2010, 18:50   #91
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PS: My lawyer suggested to lodge a report (he sees some business ), however, policemen and my local acquaintance think it is not necessary. I am going with latter.
True that you don't need to worry as long as there's no AR (Accident Report); I think you can ignore this for now as those guys may not come back.

What's the report that needs to be lodged? Have you enquired that? As I told before, if its a simple incident statement to state that such & such incident occurred on such & such date & we got compromised to the police records, then its fine. If cops are going to take some action, better avoid. This is my opinion, some experts can shed more light here.
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MX6!!! couldn't believe you could say this. Fleeing is a very big offence. Never flee, instead, I would suggest to do something like a self confession in the police station.
Aargee. I said Fleecing excercise. Not fleeing. Please check.

Fleecing means - to strip of money or property by fraud or extortion, which our cops are adept at.
Fleecing derives from the act of removing fleece (skin - wool) from a goat.

Hope it clarifies. And yes, I'd never say Fleeing!
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Aargee. I said Fleecing excercise. Not fleeing. Please check.

Fleecing means - to strip of money or property by fraud or extortion, which our cops are adept at.
Fleecing derives from the act of removing fleece (skin - wool) from a goat.

Hope it clarifies. And yes, I'd never say Fleeing!
Oh!!! OK . Agreed & that's the reason everyone tries to fleece due to avoid running from pillars to posts.
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Oh!!! OK . Agreed & that's the reason everyone tries to fleece due to avoid running from pillars to posts.
I'd put it this way. Most try to flee because the Indian cops try to fleece!
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hi Bj97, I would suggest you still make a police complaint even if the other party is not interested as you are safer in the long run.

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Its in the court now. The other party has asked for compensation and the insurance company has been a made a party to it. The insurance company is now doing the homework and may be verifying the the authenticity of thier claims.
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The insurance company is now doing the homework and may be verifying the the authenticity of thier claims.
Now, if the insurance says that their claim is not authentic, can you sue them back for fraudulent case leading to fradulent claims, unnecessary mental and physical hassles, unnecessary waste of time and loss of work due to being constantly away and related things?
This is just getting interesting. Hope
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The insurance company is now doing the homework and may be verifying the the authenticity of thier claims.
Now, if the insurance says that their claim is not authentic, can you sue them back for fraudulent case leading to fradulent claims, unnecessary mental and physical hassles, unnecessary waste of time and loss of work due to being constantly away and related things?
This is just getting interesting. I mean, this scenario is very interesting, sadly at your cost tho Arya.
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