Proof of Loss definition

Proof of Loss means satisfactory written proof that a loss occurred for which the Group Policy provides benefits, which is not subject to any exclusion, and which meets all other conditions for benefits. Proof of Loss includes any other information We may reasonably require in support of a claim for benefits under the Group Policy.
Proof of Loss means all the information necessary to determine that a loss occurred:
Proof of Loss means the Insured's executed notice of Claim and proof of Loss, substantially in the Form of Exhibit C.

Examples of Proof of Loss in a sentence

  • No legal action may be brought to recover on the policy within 60 days after written Proof of Loss has been furnished.

  • No legal action for a claim may be brought against Us after 3 years from the time written Proof of Loss is required to be furnished.

  • We will not reduce or deny a claim if it was not reasonably possible to give us written Proof of Loss within the time allowed.

  • At ourexpense, we may require an autopsy unless the law or your religion forbids it.Legal ActionsNo legal action may be brought to recover on the Policy within 60 days after written Proof of Loss has been given.

  • The Insured shall file a Proof of Loss with the Company within thirty days after the discovery of loss, unless such time is extended in writing by the Company.

More Definitions of Proof of Loss

Proof of Loss means information required by us to decide if a claim is payable and the amount that is payable. It may include, but is not limited to, claim forms, medical bills or records, other plan information, payment of claim and network re-pricing information. Proof of loss must include a copy of all Explanation of Benefit forms from any other carrier, including Medicare.
Proof of Loss means written proofs, such as claim forms, medical bills, medical authorizations or other reasonable evidence of the claim that is ordinarily required of all insureds or beneficiaries submitting the claims;
Proof of Loss means written documents such as claim forms, medical bills, or other reasonable evidence of a claim, but shall not include information not necessary for determination of proof of loss and not pertinent to filed claims, such as any medical reports that the insurer wants to secure merely for completion of business records or files.
Proof of Loss means written evidence satisfactory to the insurance company that a Covered Person has satisfied the conditions and requirements for any benefit described in the certificate. The Proof of Loss shall establish:
Proof of Loss means a document from the claimant that provides sufficient information from which the insurer can determine the existence and the amount of the claim.
Proof of Loss means written evidence acceptable to Us that an Accident, Accidental Bodily Injury or Loss has occurred. BTA5794
Proof of Loss means written proof of the occurrence, character and extent of the loss for which a claim is made, to be submitted to Us in accordance with Part V herein in such form and of such nature as We may prescribe.