Casualty Insurance Policy
Your clients may know they have a casualty insurance policy with you, and they may have a general idea as to what is covered under those policies, but we are confident that a large portion of the time, they do not. Often, the insurance agent who sells the policy explains the important details and the client is satisfied with that, and never actually reads the whole of his or her casualty insurance policy until it comes time to use it. And even then, many clients do not actually read the fine print and the miniscule details that make each policy unique.
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There are a few types of claims that are most commonly submitted and among those property claims are among the most abundant. Individuals and businessmen, as well as landlords have the ability to file property insurance claims. In essence, anyone who owns a property can file a property insurance claim when an accident or natural disaster occurs, with the result that the insurance company who holds the policy will determine whether or not to pay out on the claim in question.
Before any claim can be paid out, the insurance company investigates the claim to see whether or not the accident or event that instigated the claim meets the criteria listed in the policy.