Tuesday September 22, 2020

Allianz claim rejection sent back to Ombudsman

The High Court has ordered the Financial Services Ombudsman to reconsider a decision by Allianz insurance not to pay out a claim because the firm said a burglar alarm did not work.

30th June, 2012
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Mr Justice Michael Peart.

The High Court has ordered the Financial Services Ombudsman to reconsider a decision by Allianz insurance not to pay out a claim because the firm said a burglar alarm did not work.

Oliver Murphy had claimed €200,000 after a burglary and fire at his bed & breakfast in Dundalk, Co Louth, in August 2009. When Allianz refused to pay out on the grounds that Murphy's burglar alarm was not working, Murphy complained to the Financial...

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