Many ship owners and marine businesses have marine insurance policies to cover them against losses, damages, injuries, or death; however, they may not understand their policies until they find themselves in a perils situation when they need the insurer to come through for them.
If you have incurred losses due to a fortuitous event at sea and are not sure if you have a valid claim, what you can expect and if you can dispute a denied claim, then this FREE guide book is for you.
In this complimentary book, you will learn more about marine insurance and the following key areas surrounding insurance claims:
- Understanding marine insurance claims – A look at marine insurance throughout history and in present day
- Types of marine insurance – A variety of marine insurance includes hull and machinery, cargo, and protection and indemnity
- Who is involved in marine insurance claims – Parties include the insured, additional assureds, underwriting agents, protection and indemnity clubs, insurance companies and brokers, and agents
- Essentials of marine insurance – This includes the contents and elements of a marine contract
- Filing a marine insurance claim – What you should know when filing the different types of claims and how the process works
- Disputing a denied insurance claim – Why your claim was denied and what you can do to dispute a wrongfully denied claim
Because filing a marine insurance claim is a stressful and complex process, we have written this book so that many of the common questions are answered to help you gain knowledge surrounding the claims process and your rights to compensation.
The items listed above, as well as other topics, are covered in this FREE e-book. To get Your Basic Guide to Marine Insurance Claims today, fill out the form on this page and you can start reading your copy immediately.
If you have additional questions or would like to discuss your claim with us, call the Voss Law Firm to speak with a knowledgeable marine insurance lawyer today at 281-VICTORY or toll free at 1-888-614-7730 for a free case consultation today.