IAG’s Illegal Actions in Pictures – Part 1

4 comments

  1. Greg Jones says:

    Chris

    Found your fantastic blog – dreadful story that reflects the position in the US 10 years ago, the Courts increased the level of damages awarded to a crippling level for insurance companies found behaving like this and that has cleaned up the business radically.

    It seems you have not added any recent posts, concerning since you appear to have an undeniable case against IAG for fraud, the actions they have taken are really quite incredible but you have peeled back the hype perfectly and exposed them for what they are.

    I’m sure that even in New Zealand Police action must follow so don’t give up, fight on!

    Greg

    • cjrob224 says:

      Thank you Greg

      We haven’t given up the fight, just trying a different approach, floods of traffic here so IAG’s actions published here will be affecting their revenue stream, a process that will continue to increase as more people read this blog.

      We have made official complaints to the NZ Law Society about the behavior of Lawyer Chris Hlavac, as expected it got nowhere but we then appealed to the indepenant tribunal, the LCRO, and that is progressing slowly but with great promise.

      In defence to the LACO appeal, a new QC acting for IAG suggested the matter should really be dealt with by the Police.
      Always ready to push forward and as you point out it is a clearcut case of Fraud, I have prepared a detailed Police Crime Report and it has already been sent to NZ.

      I will be updating the website with all responces once we give it time to progress a little further.

      Thanks again

      Chris

  2. John Holroyd says:

    Hi Chris,

    You may remember me from Confolens, you kindly sorted out how to do the drainage on our house in Manot at the bottom of the hill, the rain came down the slope like a flood and drenched the whole place but your scheme worked and still works perfectly diverting the water to the driveway drains.

    I came across your Facebook page and then this sad sad blog, awful, Domaine de Villchaise still looks the same and your must regret leaving it so much in the circumstances.

    I still work as a legal assistant to people coming to live in France and I think you should push for a lower sum, get something out of this cheating company and start again, it looks like they will hold on for years more and you need a break after over 7 years fighting such an injustice surely.

    You have many skills, I’m sure you and Ali will do well anywhere in the World. France is unchanged once you are away from Paris, Confolens sleeps through the centuries but is a stunning if slightly boring place to grow old, come back, you have many friends here and property prices are very reasonable right now. If you need any help in France just call me.

    John

  3. Kim Kit Hu says:

    Such a sad story and quite remarkable!

    I worked in Singapore least year. With the support of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the Central Bank, IAG opened an insurtech hub there called Firemark Labs Singapore.

    As one of the legal team involved I am shocked by the revelations made here, they totally contradict the disclosure made by IAG regarding their reputation and standards of operation.

    I am referring these issues to the MAS legal team for review, I doubt MAS would wish to expose itself to the possibility of being seen to support the illegal actions taken by IAG disclosed here.

    Thank you for your frank disclosure with all the supporting evidence, an impressive portfolio damning the actions of IAG in your case.

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