personal automobile claim, you must complete and return the proof of claim form and provide documentation to support your claim.
Other Types of Insurance . . .
If you have a claim which falls into any other category not listed above, you must file a proof of claim form. If your claim has already been submitted to Reliance, you do not need to provide documentation to support your claim. If, however, you are filing a new claim with Reliance (In Liquidation), you must complete the proof of claim form and submit documentation to support your claim. Once a determination is made concerning guaranty association coverage, your file will
guaranty association Claims which have
or retained at some guaranty
association contacted if
coverage will be forwarded as appropriate. In either case, you additional documentation in required to adjudicate your claim.
Claims under an Excess Policy…
If you were insured by Reliance under an excess policy and a claim under that policy has an incurred value in excess of 75 percent of the self insured retention, you should complete a proof of claim for that loss and return it, along with supporting documentation, to the Statutory Liquidator of Reliance in accordance with the instructions included on the form.
Under Pennsylvania law a person may file a claim even if it is a “contingent claim.” A “contingent claim” is one where the liability of the company is not yet determined or is dependent on the outcome of another event. In many of the lines of insurance Reliance wrote, persons may have insurance coverage if an insured loss occurred during the policy period, regardless of when the claim was made against or was discovered by the insured. An insured under these types of “occurrence” policies may have claims made against them or have claims brought to their attention in the future, but the basis for the claim occurred during the policy period. Such claimants are entitled to file a claim at any time during the
claim filing period.
Some guaranty associations require the filing of
the end of the claim filing period. For maximum protection, an promptly file a proof of claim for a “contingent claim” that seeks
a claim insured to cover
any claim that is unknown at this time but may arise date. If you do so, you should file a separate proof of such a claim arises the claimant should immediately
under their policy at a later claim for each policy. When inform the Liquidator of the
particulars and supplement the proof of claim claim. These types of claims are also known
providing documentation of the “policyholder protection claims”
of their claims
policy regardless are not limited to
of when they become aware of such only policyholder claims. If you file
claim. Contingent a contingent claim,