Is there anything else we should know?
That’s the big question insurers ask, which makes you worry what you didn’t tell them, and if we’ll pay your claim. But not anymore.
That question? It’s called the duty of disclosure. The catch-all question which means if you unintentionally leave something out, you could find yourself disappointed at claim time. We don’t think it’s fair, so we’ve removed it.
We call it “Trust Both Ways” because we trust you to be honest with us, and you can trust that we’ll pay your claim. It’s up to us to ask you the right questions to get the information we need, so that’s what we do. No more open-ended big question, that leaves you wondering what you didn’t tell us.
THAT question is out. Simple is in.