Accident in my works van - do I have to disclose a claim when applying for my personal insurance

I had my works van front grill damaged after hitting a third party van rear-foot step, so no third party claim and my company insurance fixed my van.

Where do I stand renewing my private car insurance? I only travel about 4000 miles a year. This is my first accident, can you advise me?

Asked on 24 February 2013 by nick harvey

Answered by Honest John
You have to disclose the claim.
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