Claiming from insurance is never going to be an enjoyable process. After all, needing to claim means that something has gone wrong – be it a car accident, a burglary, a fire or simply misplacing something of high value. However, if you do need to make a claim, there are ways in which to make the process as efficient as possible, and here’s how:
“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again”
Let’s get one thing straight, King Price would never leave you in pieces. That being said, we could only offer dear old Humpty our full support if he provided us with the right information for an insurance claim.
Incorrect details mean incorrect cover, and when it comes to insurance, it’s as simple as that. Imagine how you’d look if you tried to claim for damage on your home and, in our books, your address is different. It’s awkward… And kind of a big deal breaker.
As service providers, we know that life sometimes gets in the way of these kinds of things. But, keeping your information updated not only ensures that you’re covered, it can drop your monthly payment rate too.
No one expects them, but accidents may creep into our lives, whether we’re ready for them or not. Whether it’s a small prang, or something more serious, accidents are traumatic and overwhelming, and it’s hard to always remember what you should do next. Thankfully, the king is here to give you some tips to help you, should you ever find yourself involved in an accident.
After the initial accident
- First things first: Make sure that you and your passengers are out of harm’s way. Get out of the car and make sure to move to a safe place.
- Check if anyone has been injured. If there are any bumps, scratches, or something more serious, call an ambulance. We suggest that you call our emergency assist line and let them take care of it all for you, 0860 55 55 23.
- Remember, rather be safe than sorry. Not all injuries are immediately visible and there may be additional costs incurred should you not make use of the king’s emergency assist line and approved tow operators.