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While Filing an Insurance Claim

Before you file an insurance claim, you must know the following things.
The factors that determine the true impact of a claim on your policy:

Each kind of insurance is subject to specific province laws and regulations – especially involving cancellation,
Each insurance company has its own internal rules and practices,
And your personal claims history and circumstances will trigger those rules and practices differently than others.

If you’re concerned about the potential impact of submitting your claim, contact an insurance claim lawyer( https://www.campisilaw.ca/ ), before you make a decision.

Regardless of what TV commercials try to tell you, every insurance company is different. They all have their own rules, practices and rate plans. And they all treat claims differently, too. Insurance laws are in place to protect you and what you need to do is to keep records of all your loss.

  1. lily123 months ago

    Hi Bernice01, this is lily12. Hope you are doing well. Information regarding filing an insurance claim you given is very helpful. I just wanted to say thanks to you. It will help a lot of people. People usually can't file an insurance claim just because they don't have a record of what they have lost. Thanks again and stay blessed.

  2. ellan3 months ago

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  3. joshien3 months ago

    Hi. Hope you are well. I'm so sorry you had to go through this. It is unacceptable. This same thing happened when I contacted this clinic. I don't think they have a proper team to answer messages. Or maybe they don't really care. These matters are very serious. People contact them with hope. And they are getting nothing in return. I feel so bad for you. It is very important to do a good research before going to a clinic. This is part of the research. I'm very disappointed.

  4. lily13 months ago

    Hi Bernice01, this is lily12. Hope you are doing well. Information regarding filing an insurance claim you given is very helpful. I just wanted to say thanks to you. It will help a lot of people. People usually can't file an insurance claim just because they don't have a record of what they have lost. Thanks again and stay blessed.

  5. callisy1 month ago

    First, know your policy -- know what’s covered, what’s excluded and what the deductibles are. If you have to file a claim, do so as soon as possible. Don’t let the bills or receipts pile up. Call your agent or your company’s claims hotline; your policy might require that you make the notification within a certain time frame. Provide complete, correct information. Incorrect or incomplete information will only cause a delay in processing your claim. Keep copies of all correspondence. Write down information about your telephone and in-person contacts, including the date, name and title of the person you spoke with and what was said. Also, keep a record of your time and expenses. Ask questions. If there is a disagreement about the claim settlement, ask the company for the specific language in the policy that is in the question. Find out if the disagreement is because you and the insurance company interpret your policy differently. If this disagreement results in a claim denial, make sure you obtain a written letter explaining the reason for the denial and the specific policy language under which the claim is being denied.

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