To be read very carefully. The following is a selection of motor claims, made in all innocence by the Insured:-
The accident was due to the other fellow narrowly missing me.
Cow wandered into car; I was afterwards informed that the cow was half-witted.
She suddenly saw me, lost her head and we met.
The car in front stopped suddenly and I crashed gently into his luggage grid.
I ran into a shop window and sustained injuries to my wife.
I knocked over a man; he admitted it was his fault as he had been knocked over before.
Dog on road applied breaks causing skid.
I collided with a stationary tramcar coming in the opposite direction.
I misjudged a lady crossing the street.
I collided with a stationary tree.
I was scraping my nearside on the bank when the accident happened.
My husband was unwell so I had to get another man.
I heard a horn blow and was struck in the back - a lady evidently was trying to pass me.
Coming home I drove into the wrong house and drove into a tree I haven't got.
I left my Austin Seven outside and when I came out later to my amasement there was an Austin Twelve.
One wheel went into ditch, my foot jumped from brake to accelerator pedal, leapt across land to other side, and jammed into trunk of tree.
I thought the side window was down, but it was up as I found out when I put my head through it.
To avoid a collision I ran into the other car.
I blew my horn, but it would not work as it was stolen.
I thought the garage had only four posts, but my car backed into a fifth.
Accident was due to road bending.
The witness gave his occupation was a gentleman, but I would be more correct in calling him a garage proprietor.
I consider that neither vehicle was to blame, but if either was to blame it was the other one.
On entering Wales I blew my horn at the left hand corner.