Perfect Claim

Claider guides you through filling out the perfect claim.

In each step, you will get a window with “expert” suggestions.

How to make a claim:

1) Select the scenario, choosing from the options displayed
2) In the map section the place, time and date of the event are automatic and editable
3) Choose the type of loss or damage and the circumstance in which it occurred from the lists
4) If you or your insurer have not already registered your details on the App, insert them now. You will need your policy and personal documents (Coming soon: Photograph all necessary documents and your data will be automatically populated)
5) Enter the data of the other parties involved, including any injured parties or witnesses
6) Select what is lost or damaged and how. Choose the appropriate items from the lists
7) The App guides you to take the most suitable photo
8) Finally, it shows you the summary of the claim. Click done when you are finished and the app sends it to your insurer

CLAIDER THINKS ABOUT THE IMPORTANT THINGS SO YOU DON’T HAVE TOO.

Whatever the incident, Claider knows all the necessary elements related to the purpose of the claim and provides the relevant information, images and documents to make it as complete and effective as possible.
Important: an incorrect or incomplete claims report can cause longer waiting time for compensation. Also, more paperwork and phone calls back and forth with the insurance company. There is also the risk that you may only receive a part of what you are entitled too. With the perfect claims report, your insurer can offer you the appropriate advice and help you with your application for your claim. Simplifying the process.

What if you have more then one insurer? No problem. Claider will send the claim separately to each insurer. The broker, insurance agent or online company that sold you the policy can all be connected to you.

WHAT IF ITS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF A PUBLIC OR PRIVATE AUTHORITY?

Even in cases where it is not easy to know who is responsible or if there is a policy in place (for example, when you suffer damage due to a road hole), Claider writes the claim and suggests to whom to send it.

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