This section provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about our products.
General Insurance is basically an insurance policy that protects you from losses and damages other than covered by life insurance.
Insurance is a way of managing risks. When you buy insurance, you transfer the cost of a potential loss to the insurance company in exchange for a fee, known as the premium. Insurance companies invest the funds securely, so it can grow, and pay out when there’s a claim.
Call us to determine the right coverage for your situation. We will help you protect the important things in your life
Yes, an individual can take two policies and claim for both.
You can buy Insurance cover directly from us (Occidental Insurance Co. Ltd) or from our agents and brokers country wide.
No. This is a contract between you and insurance company which cannot be transferred to another party.
Yes. For general insurance contracts, cancellation of the policy will lead to a proportionate refund of the premiums so far paid.
Write an email to your agent, broker or directly to us requesting for your policy cancellation. You can also call us via 0709 896 000
Insurance claim is a request for payment by the insured from insurer when the event that was insured against occurs as per the terms of the insurance policy.
In order to make a claim, you have to fill up the claim form then contact the claims centre.
Yes. You can make claim through broker or agent if you bought policy from that agent or alternatively you can directly contact us.
You can download claim forms from our website documents center. Also, you can visit any of our offices countrywide and request for claim forms.
Yes, you can claim for towing charges that you paid for your vehicle to be towed. However you will be required to provide to us evidence that you paid for towing charges.
In case of fire, theft or natural calamities, if your house is completely damaged and if you want to claim your personal property to insurance company, an inventory list is very important. The insurance company will only pay you for those items where you are able to show the evidence that the damaged items belong to you. So, it is advisable to keep a list of the inventory in a safe place.