At the time of filing a claim, keep all the mandatory documents handy and provide them to the insurer.
Here’s a list of documents you will need to submit in case of a third-party liability claim -
First Information Report (FIR)
Duly filled and signed claim form
Copy of the insurance policy
Tax payment receipt
Estimate the cost of repairing the vehicle from the mechanic. This should be signed and stamped by the garage
Original repair invoice and payment receipt - signed and stamped by the garage. In the case of a cashless claim, only a repair invoice needs to be submitted.
Claims discharge cum satisfaction voucher signed across a revenue stamp
Vehicle inspection address details if you have not taken the vehicle to the nearest garage
License copy of the driver who was driving the vehicle when the accident occurred - a verified photocopy to the surveyor along with the original
Registration certificate - a verified photocopy to the surveyor along with the original
Pollution Under Control Certificate - a photocopy
Cancelled Cheque/ Passbook - in case of reimbursement claim
Please Note:The documents that need to be submitted in case of a third-party liability claim may vary across insurance companies. This is just an indicative list.