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High Court: Insurance company to pay even if accident not in India
Punjab and Haryana high court has ruled that if a vehicle registered and insured in India meets with an accident in another country, the insurance company would be liable to pay the claim.
In 1995, 54 pilgrims from Kurukshetra lost their lives in an accident in Nepal when their bus fell into Trishuli Nadi.
Any thoughts on this? Does this mean that cross border travelers need not take additional insurance? What is the practice in other countries? e.g. those in Europe where a lot people frequently cross countries for work, etc.
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Last edited by Rehaan : 5th December 2017 at 14:55. Reason: Adding missed word.
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