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    HAS ANYONE HERE WHO IS GOLD MEMBER ON CHILDCARE.CO.UK, MADE A LOSS OF REVENUE INSURANCE CLAIM? WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK ABOUT THE PROSPECT OF SUCH A CLAIM TO SUCCEED?

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    Have you emailed them to ask if it's possible to claim?

    I think the last advice was that they would consider a claim if you were medically diagnosed as having COVID-19 and were then instructed by your LA to shut down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse View Post
    Have you emailed them to ask if it's possible to claim?

    I think the last advice was that they would consider a claim if you were medically diagnosed as having COVID-19 and were then instructed by your LA to shut down.
    WILL TRY TO CONTACT THEM ,BUT MOST OF CHILDMINDER HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SHUT WITHOUT BEING DIAGNOSED WITH COVID-19?ITS A LIITLE ODD BECAUSE ON THEIR SITE IT SAYS THAT YOU CAN MAKE A CLAIM OF LOSS OF REVENUE IF YOUR BUSINESS HAVE SHUT(LOST REVENUE) DUE TO AN INFECTIOUS DECEASE,WHICH I THINK ITS CURRENTLY THE CASE.

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    I've had insurance claim accepted through childcare.co.uk so definitely worth trying
    Last edited by chocolate.chip; 11-05-2020 at 12:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolate.chip View Post
    I've had insurance claim accepted through childcare.co.uk so definitely worth trying
    That’s interesting. Did you have a COVID-19 diagnosis?

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    Not at all. It was due to closure following government advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolate.chip View Post
    Not at all. It was due to closure following government advice
    That’ll be good news for a lot of people. I know the last update I saw was that you had to have a medical diagnosis and been directed to shutdown, not just the government advice.
    What information did you have to provide?

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    That's very interesting. Worth looking into. Thank you for letting us know.

    I have their insurance but I've only closed to non-keyworker families.

 

 

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