They said that if I signed this form, they would pay as agreed, instead of having to go through the courts to get an order that they would eventually have to pay. I get that it`s cost prevention on their side, but it`s common practice and is the form (below) OK, I`m a little worried about this section After Christmas I received a letter that third-party insurers hadn`t paid and a lawyer had been ordered by my insurers. I then received a form on uninsured losses, which I signed, that I did not have, since my surplus was cancelled, and I also explained that I did not intend to follow the path of aggression. If you have legal fees for your car insurance, hire a lawyer to manage it on your behalf. I assume that an advisor was able to convince the insurers that the transfer agreement provided them with additional ammunition. This is stupid, because most automobile policies contain an explicit section of their rights to recover payment of a third party fee, and the Road Traffic Act also gives them a legal provision to recover costs. This is also particularly ridiculous for under-eduged claims, since an applicant would give two separate insurance companies a means to bring an action that would arise from the same incident! If, for any reason, it turns out that this assignment is or could be totally or partially invalidated or ineffective, the applicant authorizes THE EUI AG, at its own expense, to charge the uninsured driver or the person insured on his behalf, a right which may seem useful to him, EUI Ltd, which compensates the applicant and compensates him for all costs and liabilities. resulting from such a claim to remain unscathed; If, subsequently, the assignment of this debt is completely or partially invalidated or inoperative, the applicant transfers the income from that debt to EUI Ltd and is required to repay EUI Ltd in respect of its expenses; To the extent that (1) THE EUI AG will not attempt to obtain such a refund, except by recovering the proceeds of the aforementioned claim against the uninsured driver or insured person, and (2) to the extent that the assignment is valid and effective, the same thing exists and the EUI AG is not required to make a new transfer to the applicant, since the insurer is effectively suing a person who uses the agreement. Can they take the risk that the small chance to “sign and take the money” is worth it.