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You asked: What is an 'at fault' claim?
The term "at fault claim" means any claim where the costs (including any excess you paid) could not be recovered in full from another driver or person involved in the incident
Any theft, malicious damage or fire claims are always treated as "at fault" for this reason, even though you may not be personally to blame for the incident
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