Good question. It’ll tend to be down to the insurance provider.
Speaking for Bought By Many, when dealing with claims for our pet insurance we will aim to pay all vet’s fees as soon as possible. We’ll also work directly with the vet to avoid having to reimburse the member later on.
Some coworkers of mine had a similar situation except our company paid for their expedited return (without expectation of reimbursement if my coworkers aren’t able to fulfill their claim with Monarch). Better excuse next time for missing work I suppose!
Monarch executives saw this coming and let the money roll in right till the last moment. Had they disclosed their demise sooner, their stock value would have taken a dive before they could laugh their entire way to the bank, but 100k people would have enough notice to make proper alternative arrangements. You, the consumer, don’t matter to many…[Read more]
unfortunately teh majority of airlines overbook flights, as they have a calculated risk system, essentially they oversell a small percentage after calculating how many passengers are unlikely to turn up, they oversell due to this, as it makes them alot of money from overselling and people not showing up, its so profitable that it covers any legal…[Read more]
The lawyers where onto this guy so fast it was ridiculous!
He’s likely to make millions in compensation… but ultimately the liability should lie with the airport security people — not the Airline — although United have proven how shoddy an airline they actually are!!