ADVISOR AND CONSULTANT

A fire insurance is a contract under which the insurer in return for a consideration (premium) agrees to indemnify the insured for the financial loss which the latter may suffer due to destruction of or damage to property or goods, caused by fire, during a specified period.


The Standard Fire and Special Perils Policy covers all properties on land (excluding cost of land), moveable or immoveable, at various locations against named perils. The Special Types of Policies are designed for Stocks (declaration and floater), Building, Plant & Machinery keeping in mind the nature of property, proposers' requirements and basis of indemnification.

The Long Term Policies available for Dwellings with suitable discounts in premium.

The Policy can be extended to cover certain additional perils and expenses at additional premium. Certain perils can be deleted with discount in premium rates.



Properties that are covered:

  • All moveable/ immoveable properties of the proposer on land (excluding those in transit) broadly categorised as follows :
  • Building

         (including plinth and foundations, if required):

  • Whether completed or in course of construction

         (excluding the value of land).

  • Interiors, Partitions and Electricals.
  • Plant & Machinery, Equipments & Accessories

         (including foundations, if required)

  • Bought Second hand.
  • Bought New
  • Obsolete Machinery


Stocks:

  • Raw Material
  • Finished Goods
  • In process
  • In trade belonging to Wholesaler, Manufacturer and Retailer.


Other Contents such as

  • Furniture, Fixtures and Fittings
  • Cables, Pipings
  • Spares, Tools and Stores
  • Household goods etc.

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WHY MY CLAIM GOT REJECTED ?

   NOT PROVIDING ANY OF OF BELOW   MENTIONED DOCUMENT.

  • Report of the Internal Committee constituted for the purpose of investigating the cause of fire.
  • Fire Brigade Report.
  • First Information Report / Letter of intimation to the Police Station duly endorsed / Police Panchnama.
  • Forensic Laboratory Report on samples collected at affected site.
  • Drug Inspector's Report on destruction of Drugs/ Pharmaceutical items (for claim on pharma products only).
  • Final Investigation Report.
  • Action taken on the suggestion of TAC/ LPA on loss minimisation of prevention

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