Irv Lee wrote:But then how would you get to see the look of complete disbelief and incredulity?The real fear would be if an insurance company ever understands it... I can't imagine any do. Anyone seen an aviation accident claim form recently? Is there anything that would worry a lapl holder who is out of validity? (Not that most would know anyway)
I'm not sure what impact the 2015 Insurance Act has on this kind of thing (perhaps an insurer/broker might comment), but it seems to say insurers can't avoid paying claims because customers have breached an element of their policy that has no relevance to the claim.
Over the years I've heard a lot of people complaining about the CAA, EASA, NATS, various engineering companies and their suppliers, ATC, airfields and more, but I honestly can't remember anyone complaining that insurers have wriggled out of paying a claim. Does anyone have any direct experience of this that they'd be willing to talk about?