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An insurance claims history report is a list of all the car insurance claims an individual has filed over the past 5-7 years. Most car insurance companies will check a driver’s insurance claims history report before issuing a policy in order to assess their risk.
LexisNexis generates the most common claims history report from its “C.L.U.E.” database, which stands for Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange. Since drivers might forget or misrepresent their claims, C.L.U.E. is a centralized source of information that insurance companies can rely on.
- Previous claims that insurers have paid
- Previous claims that insurers have denied
- The policy number and insurance company associated with each claim
- Information about specific vehicles
- Serious inquiries you have made to agents or adjusters
- Your name
- Your address
- Your date of birth
- Your SSN
Claims history reports may also include information about homeowner’s insurance claims. You can request a free copy of your insurance claims history report once a year. For more information about getting a copy or disputing an error, check out WalletHub’s complete guide to C.L.U.E. reports.
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