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2 4 P E T WATC H C L A I M F O R M PET INSURANCE PROGRAMS CHECKLIST www. 24PetWatch. com 1-866-597-2424 NOTE You must submit an itemized paid invoice with claim form. Make sure your Policy Number is filled in. Review your Policy Documents and Terms and Conditions to see if coverage is available for the current condition being claimed. Please return the completed claim form with paid invoices and complete medical history to You complete both Sections A and E fully. Need more claims forms...
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Who needs the PetWatch Claim Form?

PetWatch is a US pet insurance company providing coverage to cats and dogs. If the covered pet is sick or injured, the owner must file the Claim Form in order to receive the reimbursement of the expenses for treatment.

What is the PetWatch Claim form for?

The form must be submitted to record the insured event and to give all important information. Therefore, the owner must fill out the claim form together with the veterinarian in charge.

When is the Pet Insurance Claim form due?

Typically, the owner must submit the filled out form within 90 days after the date of the treatment to be granted the reimbursement.

Is the PetWatch Claim Form accompanied by any other forms?

Regardless, of whether the claim is being filed for the first time or not, it is necessary to provide the pet’s complete medical records and all paid veterinary’s itemized invoices for the claimed conditions.

How to fill out the PetWatch Insurance Claim Form?

The form requires providing the following details in part A (filled out by the policyholder):

  • Insurance policy number;
  • Type of the policy;
  • The pet’s owner’s name, address, phone number, email;
  • The pet’s name, date of birth, gender, breed;
  • Name of the vet or clinic, address and phone number;
  • Part B is meant for the vet’s completion:
  • Diagnosis or type of illness or injury;
  • Date of injury  or illness;
  • Total cost of the treatment;
  • Whether the stated condition has been previously observed;
  • Whether ongoing treatment is likely;
  • Whether yearly physical examination has been held;
  • Referencing clinic (if any);
  • Pet’s weight.
  • Part C is to provide the details of the pet’s death (if this is the case).
  • Part D is the veterinary’s declaration bearing the signature of the attending vet and the clinic’s stamp.
  • Part E is the declaration of the authenticity of the provided information by the policyholder.
  • They are also required to indicate the amount of claim, sign and date the form.

Where to send the completed Claim Form?

It is to be directed to Petwatch by mail or fax. The details are indicated on the company’s website.

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There's a big difference between claims made and occurrence forms and how they react in the insurance environment an occurrence form allows you to report a claim even if you've given up the insurance policy it allows an extended reporting period whereby even if you're not insured any more you've sold your company you've retired you don't have that policy any more you can still go back and submit a claim as long as the trigger of the claim happened during the period that you have four on your current form claims made works differently claims made stops and as a very short reporting period in the side of it and inside the ensuring great so if you have a claims-made form and let's say you decide that you found a better policy with better coverage and better pricing but its occurrence you want to make that switch it's, and it's a big business advantage for you you get into the occurrence form now there is going to be a gap because of that extended reporting period on the claims made form typically at zero to 60 days let's say that you are in a claims-made form, and you have the trigger to your claims made form is running January first to December 31st and on December first you get involved in the trigger of a claim you give up the policy on December 31st you don't have it any more you get into an occurrence warm currents form runs the next year January first to December 31st that part makes sense ok so the trigger of this claim you don't find out about it till June the next year you can't claim it on the claims made form because that 60-day reporting periods already lapse you only had tilled march first to claim it so throw it away it's not going to cover it you're in the occurrence form, but the trigger to the claim happened when you were in the claims made for him, so the occurrence form isn't going to pick it up it's a new policy, and it won't go back unless you've made arrangements to make that happen so when you're in a claims-made form it kind of to a certain degree locks you in now you can buy extended reporting periods you can buy an extra year or extra two-year or three year they actually have unlimited extended reporting periods, but they're two hundred percent of what you're paying for premium she's really going to pay a high dollar amount to get the coverage you needed to bridge that gap the best advice I can give you is talk to your broker at length about which form which they suggest and why and make sure if you're switching from one form to another that you know what the negatives are about doing that
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