MAINTAINING A HOME
The seven most common Home and Contents Insurance claims
15 April 2020
Can you guess what the seven most common Suncorp Home and Contents Insurance claims were in the 2018-2019 financial year?
Can you guess what the most common Suncorp Home and Contents Insurance claims were for in the 2018-2019 financial year?
The answers might surprise you!
The 7 most common home and contents insurance claims in Australia
The Seventh most common claim was theft
It made up 5.42% of Suncorp Home and Contents Insurance claims
Next most claimed was hail damage, making up 5.77%
In fifth place was motor burnout
It accounted for 6.85%
Flood came in next, making up 7.73% of claims
The third most common claim was water leakage
It made up 13.93%
The second most common claim
Was accidental damage
It made up 20.50%
First place goes to storm claims
They made up 24.18%!
Disclaimer: Insurance issued by AAI Limited ABN 48 005 297 807 trading as Suncorp Insurance. Read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before buying this insurance. Go to suncorp.com.au for a copy. This information is intended to be of a general nature only. For full details of what is and isn’t covered read the PDS.
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Insurance is issued by AAI Limited ABN 48 005 297 807 trading as Suncorp Insurance. Consider the Product Disclosure Statement before making a decision about this insurance. This advice has been prepared without taking into account your particular objectives, financial situations or needs, so you should consider whether it is appropriate for you before acting on it.
Escape of liquid
This covers the sudden liquid leaking, overflowing or bursting from things like your fridge, washing machine, bath, toilet, fixed pipes (except agricultural pipes), gutters, swimming pool, water main, fixed cooling system or an aquarium.
We don’t cover damage caused by wear and tear or the gradual leaking of liquid when you’d be reasonably expected to be aware of the condition.