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Basics of home loan

A house to live is a basic necessity for every person. Banks and other financial institutions offer home loans to people who meet the required eligibility criteria. It helps those people who can not afford to pay the full price of a house. To avail of the facility of a home loan you need to have...
Insurance
Life Insurance Corporation of India

Life Insurance Corporation of India

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is an old life insurance company in India. It is also the insurer with the largest customer base. The company was formed on 1st September, 1956, with the...
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National Insurance Co. Ltd.

National Insurance Co. Ltd.

Incorporated in 1906, National Insurance Company Limited (NIC), became a subsidiary of the General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC), a Government of India-owned entity after the General...
Insurance Faqs
Faq

What are the documents required for filing a claim? :

• Duly completed claim form• Doctors Prescription, surgeon's bill and receipt stating nature of operation performed.• Original bills, receipts and discharge certificate/ card from the hospital• Original bills from chemists • Receipt and pathological...
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Who will receive the claim amount if the insured dies at the time of treatment? :

The claim amount is paid to the nominee of the insured. If no nominee has been assigned under the policy, the insurance company will insist upon a succession certificate from a court of law for disbursing the claim amount.Alternatively, the insurers can deposit the claim amount in the court for...



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