Pothole Damage Claims
Martin Cutler made this Freedom of Information request to Wycombe District Council as part of a batch sent to 21 authorities
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Dear Wycombe District Council,
Please could you provide the process in which motorists should use to make a claim against the council for pothole damage to vehicles.
It would be appreciated if you could include the name of the department responsible for handling claims, telephone number, email address and postal address.
Is there a timeframe in which the claim must be made after the incident and repairs are completed?
Also is there any other information required apart from date/time location, photos of locus, vehicle damage and repairs invoice in order to make claim?
Dear Mr Cutler
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Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental Information 2004 for
information relating to claims for pothole damage, which I received on 26
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Freetext: Dear Wycombe District Council,
Please could you provide the process in which motorists should use to make
a claim against the council for pothole damage to vehicles.
It would be appreciated if you could include the name of the department
responsible for handling claims, telephone number, email address and
Is there a timeframe in which the claim must be made after the incident
and repairs are completed?
Also is there any other information required apart from date/time
location, photos of locus, vehicle damage and repairs invoice in order to
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