Claims 101: What is proof of ownership?

| October 30, 2018

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In the event that something happens and you need to make a home insurance claim, your insurer will ask you to provide proof of ownership in other words, you’ll need to document all of your lost or damaged items. The best way to approach this seemingly huge task? Tackle it before a claim ever happens. Here’s a breakdown of what proof of ownership is and how you can be prepared should you ever have to file a claim.

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