Insurance conflicts stem from the difference between the position of the policyholder or third party who seeks financial indemnification, and the position of the insurer that the policy does not grant (the policyholder or the third party) the demanded indemnification. Such differences may originate from many components of the insurance claim, starting with policy interpretation through factual disputes on the occurrence of the insurance event and the value of the damage.
Insurance conflicts as policyholder or a third party include the following types:
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