What if my car meets with an accident & I do not incur large damage. Is it still compulsory to lodge a claim or I can choose not to claim? Or is it advisable to make a claim on small amounts
It is not always necessary to lodge a claim especially if the damage is small. Actually, It is not advisable to make a claim for small damages because, not only will you have to pay for depreciation and excess, reducing the claim amount to an even smaller figure, but you will also lose your 'NO CLAIM BONUS' (if any) at the time of renewal. However, once you have decided not to claim, you cannot claim these damages at a later stage.
- What are some of the important provisions of the policy?
- Does health insurance cover diagnostic charges like X- ray, MRI or ultrasound?
- How is rating decided?
- Does your Health Insurance plan for cover everything from accident, surgery, normal hospitalization?
- What are the documents required to file a claim?