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Insurance dispute

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My partner was making a right turn on an A road and a on coming car had crashed in the rear left axle causing the the car to turn 120 degrees and the rear left wheel to come off the car.
She had almost completed her turn.
There was nothing restricting his view to stop but that would be debatable. For an axle to fail would require a high impact hit which makes me to believe he was speeding. I also took photos of his tyres they show lack of thread and can see the wire within the tyre i also ran an mot check and his car had no road tax. :s:s

My partner has been badly injured and insurance is saying she is liable for she made right turn. I refuse to accept liability for he had hit the  rear left hand side of the vehicle. 

The damage done to my car is a write off due to the damage caused. 
Any legal advice would be greatly welcomed.


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