A Dundee man who hit a pothole on the M90 and careered into the central reservation has accused trunk road managers BEAR Scotland of losing his claim forms.
David Tarbett, 68, was driving north on the M90 on February 26, close to junction seven at the Milnathort turn-off, when the accident happened.
Yet after weeks of speaking to BEAR Scotland about damages, he said they have now told him they have no record of his claim.
Mr Tarbett, whose son Deek, 45, was in the passenger seat at the time, said: “I was driving in the outside lane at about 55mph when I hit this pothole that went right across the road. It was raining and the car spun, hitting the central reservation.”
Mr Tarbett said he phoned BEAR Scotland on March 2 and they noted it.
He said he had spoken to them 10 or 12 times since and last Friday was told they had no record of his calls.
A spokesperson for BEAR Scotland said: “We received details from the trunk road customer care operator of a call from Mr Tarbett on March 2 2015 following which a damages claim form was posted the next day.
“We have not yet received the completed claim form and until this document is completed and returned we cannot commence the claim investigation process.”