NOTICE TO INSURANCE CLAIMANTS AND OTHER CREDITORS
Release #2 – 23 August 2021
Legislation pertinent to liquidation requires that claimants and other creditors submit to the Liquidator by a specified time his/her claim together with proof of such claim so that the Liquidator can satisfy himself of its authenticity and take it into account.
In order to make this process as easy as possible the Liquidator advises as follows
- To persons who have already submitted insurance claims or are not sure if they have done so
You may ensure that your claim has been received and entered by either
Checking electronically by login at fdic-liquidators.com and follow the instructions that you will see there, or
Making inquiry at telephone number 767-616 -6695 from 8 am to 4 pm Mondays to Fridays only.
- To insurance claimants who, on checking, realise that their claim(s) has/have not been entered, and
- To those who have not yet submitted a claim
You will be required to do so, in writing, by providing the following information –
- Name, address and telephone # of insured
- Policy #
- Name, address, telephone # and email address of claimant
- Nature of claim – Fire and other perils/ Catastrophe/ Motor vehicle
- Date of incident
- Amount claimed
- Data supporting the claim
And submitting to the Liquidator in either of the following ways:
By post to
First Domestic Insurance Company Limited (In liquidation)
PO Box 116
Commonwealth of Dominica
By depositing at a Dropbox at the Company office placed at 19-21 King George V Street, located on the ground floor for your convenience.
By email to: email@example.com
All claims received in either manner will be acknowledged in due course by the Liquidator along with any other pertinent information that the Liquidator may wish to convey at this time.
To other creditors
You are required to submit your claim together with proof of such claim to the liquidator in the same manner as set out at B above.
Deadline for submission of claims
Due to the current COVID situation, the Liquidator has not yet set a deadline for submission of claims. However, he urges all concerned to do so sooner rather than later.