Claim documents


  • The total claim documents required by insurance companies in urban and rural areas are as follows:

In urban area

  • Livestock claim form
  • Veterinary certificate
  • Treatment chart
  • Post-mortem report
  • Valuation certificate
  • Photographs
  • Post -mortem confirmation certificate
  • Police report, if any.

In remote rural area

  • Livestock claim form
  • Two certificates signed by either
    • Village Sarpanch
    • Chairman, Co-operative Society
    • Manager, Milk Collection Centre
    • Officer of Cooperative Central Bank/Supervisor of DRDA or Inspector. In case of animals financed under government schemes, in order to help ignorant villagers in completing the various formalities for a cattle claim, insurance companies have come up with a single page claim form which incorporates all the certificates required from the owner, bank, veterinarian and others. No other form is required to be filled.
  • Panchnama
  • Valuation certificate
  • Police report, if any.
  • The above documents, after completion, should be submitted to the insurance company for necessary action for payment. Sometimes these documents are sent through the financing bank which pursues the claim for payment.
Last modified: Tuesday, 5 June 2012, 11:16 AM