Do I need to obtain an FIR in the case of an accident?A 'First Information Report' needs to be given to the insurer to process the claim. Here's when you need to obtain a FIR.
Apnainsurance.com Research Bureau
28 Nov 2007
Yes, you have to obtain a FIR to claim car insurance in any of the following cases. The FIR needs to be given to the insurance company to process the claim.
- Any third party personal injury or death due to an accident involving your vehicle
- Any personal injury or death of a paid driver
- Any personal injury or death of an owner-driver
- Any personal injury or death of a passenger
- Any third party property damage
- Theft of the entire vehicle
- Theft of accessories
- Any loss or damage to the vehicle by miscreants, rioters, terrorists, arsonists, etc
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What is my liability if someone else is driving at the time of the accident?
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