Every household family in India carries gold and diamonds in form of jewellery or as a solid brick to make an investment. Probably apart from house, this is the second most precious thing in a family. Hence, to safeguard requires is Jewellery Insurance. Many people may take it as vague idea, but yes it not only gives safety but also helps in covering loss in event of any unfortunate circumstance. Jewellery insurance is not been covered by all insurance companies but a select few with the fine terms which needs to be read before declaring value and making jewellery insured.
The first and foremost benefit is of course the safety part. If a household carries jewellery worth Rs. 5 Lakh and a special occasion like marriage is due in family, its advisable to protect one from unforeseen circumstance by going in for jewellery insurance.
The process of obtaining insurance on jewellery starts with furnishing of invoice of the jewellery to the insurance company. The Insurance company then carries on valuation of jewellery by the empanelled jewellers. Once formalities done, the insurance company determine the Insured declared value. Next, comes reading and signing the declaration. Its vital to read the terms carefully as historically over 25% of the claims gets rejected in India due to faulty insurance policy or unawareness by signing on the consent form without reading the terms and conditions. It leads to not only loss in premium but also give one hassles and mental agony at the claim