- Is my brother-in-law a lying little ****er?
Some months ago my brother-in-law had a chip pan fire which did considerable damage to his kitchen, he claims that his insurance company won’t pay out because he was sober and should have known better (he also claims that if he’d been drunk then the insurance would have paid up because he wasn’t in control of the situation).
Is there any truth in his claims or (as I suspect) is he talking bollox and trying to hide the real reason the insurance won’t pay?Posted 8 years ago
Thanks everyone, It's as I suspect and he's lying through his teeth and has either not payed for the insurance or there's something else (the insurance co. may suspect foul play). I thought it was odd when he claimed he was sober and not stoned!
He's not asked for money from us, but as he's my wifes 'little brother' I want to get my facts right before I start trying to work out how much shite he's in! 🙄
Don't ya just love family!Posted 8 years ago
Next time I see him i'm gonna offer to sort it out for him and find out exactly what's happening.
The reason I care is that the lazy ****t isn't working so us (tax payers) and his mother are paying his mortgage and he's spending all his time pissed and stoned while his mother's working herself into an early grave, if it was just me I'd not care but my wifes worried.Posted 8 years agoGarry_LagerSubscriber
Is it not mandatory to have buildings insurance as part of your mortgage arrangements? Sure it was for our first mortgage, but now that I think about it our current one just strongly recommended it.
Liking the 'if I was drunk they'd have paid out' line. FFS – that's practically a cry for help.Posted 8 years ago
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