All posts by Abolaji Dairo

Abolaji Dairo is a seasoned insurance practitioner and an Associated member of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN). He is a Risk Analyst with specialty in loss Adjusting and claims administration with several years of experience to his credit. He presently works with Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plc. (in Nigeria) as a Claims Expert and he is committed to customers satisfaction by providing highly professional, timely and qualitative services.

YOUR MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY CHECKLIST (PT 2)

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This is a continuation of our series “Understanding Motor Insurance Policy”. We have explained the basic covers provided by a standard motor insurance policy. Kindly go through our page to read it up.

Today we shall be focusing on how to maximize the covers available under motor insurance policy. Your may call them policy “ad-on” but they are technically referred to as “policy extensions or exclusions”. It means the policy excluded these items or the policy has been extended to cover these items. We should however state here that these extensions comes with payment of an additional premium. Continue reading YOUR MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY CHECKLIST (PT 2)

UNDERSTANDING MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY (PT 1) – KNOW THE EXTENT OF YOUR COVER

 

textgram_1467900248Nothing could be more frustrating and humiliating than paying for something only to discover that it is useless. I would feel defrauded. The painful part is that this realization usually dawns on you at the point when you have suffered a loss and you expected that you have a right to compensation under your motor insurance policy. Continue reading UNDERSTANDING MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY (PT 1) – KNOW THE EXTENT OF YOUR COVER

THIRD PARTY MOTOR INSURANCE – SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE.

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Ignorance they say is a disease and what you don’t know can sometimes cost you much.

Two years ago, fortune smiled on my friend Mr. Tough and he got a new car for N2,500,000.00.  All our effort to ensure he insured it proved abortive as he claimed to be a “strong man”. Some months after, he was involved in a road accident where he damaged his car, another person’s car and also injured a pedestrian. He spent over N500,000.00 in repairing the 3rd party’s car and settling medical bills for the injured party. Something he would have done for just N5,000.00 if he had obtained a 3rd Party Motor Insurance cover. Continue reading THIRD PARTY MOTOR INSURANCE – SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE.