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Rubric

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Hi,

Does anyone now where you stand if you reverse the company venhicle you trice into a telegraph pole? Can a boss make you pay for the repairs?
 

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assuming this occured during work your company should be insured for all work-related accidents. but that's holland....
 

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TdC said:
assuming this occured during work your company should be insured for all work-related accidents. but that's holland....

Yeah it was in work ours but i dont think he is going to want to claim.
 

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Its an accident, its a company car, its insured, and no you shouldn't really have to pay. If your boss has a large excess, thats his problem and not yours.
 

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I believe, unless you've got very screwy T&Cs, he can't make you pay for it. If you do and he does, tell everyone who has one (and watch as your company gets all its cars back).
 

Rubric

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It's ok hes not going to claim but hes going to pay. If its a lot he may want a bit.
 

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In our terms of employment it states that you 'may' be liable for the insurance excess in the event of an own-fault accident. In practice this is only enforced in really obvious cases of pig ignorant idiotism, and for genuine mistakes, or first offences no-one ends up paying it.

The excess is paid out of each branches profits and as a result has a knock on effect on managements bonuses. Suffice to say you will not be a popular van driver if you crash one of my vehicles..
 

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old.Tohtori said:
Don't stick your willy into a fan.


Well you said any advice...

Dammit Seel your 30 mins too late.

Anyone got a bandage?
 

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Rubric said:
Dammit Seel your 30 mins too late.

Anyone got a bandage?
Another advice.

Using tape instead of a bandage will 'cause "some" damage when ripped off. Don't do it.
 

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old.Tohtori said:
Another advice.

Using tape instead of a bandage will 'cause "some" damage when ripped off. Don't do it.
Dammit Seel you late again.

Can someone call 999 as Kelly Brook just came on the telly and i now suffering severe blood loss.
 

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I'll try to reply quickly this time.

Advice three:

Don't staple your bits back on, you will most likely:

A: Put it on backwards.
B: Staple it on a bit too permanently.
C: Make more of a mess.
D: All of the above.
 

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Well, just got out of casualty apparently i have an unusual blood type and i wont be having any more kids.
 

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