It’s hard enough to have your jewellery stolen, but it’s even more frustrating to learn that your insurer will only payout half of its value in compensation.
This was the experience of one unfortunate woman who, according to Stuff.co.nz, tried to claim a cool $56,887 from her insurer for jewellery that was stolen from her. However, the only proof that she owned the jewellery was a photograph of herself wearing them at a party. With no proof of ownership and no proof of its value, the woman was ultimately only offered $27,846 – half of the alleged value – to settle the claim.
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