Will insurance check my CBT?

Basically i have been riding without CBT for a while on a 125cc bike. It's been insured taxed and mot'd so technically it's road legal. I have never crashed or been stopped by police but today i woke up to go to the gym and noticed someone left a note saying something like:
"The police were chasing

Basically i have been riding without CBT for a while on a 125cc bike. It's been insured taxed and mot'd so technically it's road legal. I have never crashed or been stopped by police but today i woke up to go to the gym and noticed someone left a note saying something like:
"The police were chasing a car and that car knocked into your bike"

It then advised me to call 101, which i did and they told me they were aware of it and to fill in a form to send to my insurance company to get my bike fixed.

Now my question is if i go along with all this will they request for a copy of my CBT. I mean the bike was parked and I was not riding it at the time of the incident but i don't want to get myself in any trouble. I know the way the police system works this is how I have been getting away with riding without CBT but i have no idea the procedures of the insurance company

Any views will be appreciated.

Thanks.
Also if they do request for my CBT and i ignore them what is the worst that can happen. As i am aware that only the police can issue out points and not insurance companies

Other answer:

flipcain:
You are uninsured and committing a fraud by claiming. The insurance company can report you to the cops then it's a whole world of pain for you. Just get your CBT. Even my old nana could pass.
curmudgeon55:
You weren't caught riding it, damage was someone else fault. May as well fill out the forms since police will have a open case of damage to charge other party – you can always say you were getting cycle ready for when you did get your license/CBT whatever (Compulserary Basic Test/Training?). Unfilled out forms are the flag for police to 'check out this open case' You say you're aware of police drill– meaning maybe father or mother is police officer?
Chris P:
If you're riding without a CBT then you're "driving otherwise than in accordance with your licence" – so your insurance is no longer valid. Insurance companies can't issue penalty points, but they can (and regularly do) report instances of insurance fraud (which is one of the criminal offences you are committing) to the police.
Nightworks:
"…if i go along with all this will they request for a copy of my CBT."
No.
They will check with the D.V.L.A., to see if you hold a DL196.

"…and i ignore them what is the worst that can happen."
You cannot ignore them (see my first answer).
You will be reported to the police and you can them be charged with:
Driving otherwise in accordance with a licence (up to 6 penalty points, a fine of up to £1,000 and a discretionary driving ban).
Driving whilst uninsured (up to 8 penalty pints, a fine of up to £5,000 and a discretionary driving ban).
The bike will be seized and crushed.
You will find it almost impossible to get insured for any vehicle, for at least 10 years.

Tim D:
If an insurance company becomes aware of a client breaking the law they are obliged to report it. They are also obliged to check ou their clients, you presumably lied on your application claiming you had a valid licence, and they will use that to avoid any kind of payment.
montiel:
No, and your insurance company will get the money from the other people.
Brandon:
No, and your insurance company will get the money from the other people.
Skinner:
No, and your insurance company will get the money from the other people.
Davies:
No, and your insurance company will get the money from the other people.
Adam:
No, and your insurance company will get the money from the other people.