Private sector non-life insurer Future Generali India Insurance today said it has so far received 772 claims valued at Rs 15 crore on account of the floods that ravaged Tamil Nadu recently.
"While 626 claims have come to us under motor segment, remaining are non-motor claims," Future Generali India Insurance chief operating officer Easwara Narayanan said.
"We are offering our customers to have their vehicles towed to the nearest workshops/place of storage at our own cost. We are also providing our services at the doorstep of the customers," he added.
The company has fast-tracked its claims process for the flood-affected claimants.
"We are settling the claims without waiting for submission of formal repair estimates and bills which might take time to be generated. The assessment in such cases would be based on the condition of the vehicle and the repairs and replacement of parts that are required," he said.
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