Cover your tracks: It’s often your fault that an insurer doesn’t pay out
You may be giving your insurer grounds to reject your claim
My parents always drummed into me the importance of insuring my possessions, no matter how financially stretched I may be.
So it’s always been a nonnegotiable spend for me, albeit a grudge one at times.
What’s proved to be stronger than parental influence, though, is the contents of my inbox in my past two decades as a consumer journalist...