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Should the loss caused by a motor vehicle under foreign registration, it would be advisable to obtain the name of the liability insurer as well as the insurance policy number of the said vehicle. Should this information be made available, the time required for the settlement of the loss would be much shorter. Furthermore, it is recommended to make an inquiry either at our office or at any of the insurance companies prior to the notification of the loss, whether or not the foreign liability insurer involved, would have a so-called correspondent insurance company appointed to handling and settling claims arising from losses caused in Hungary. If so, then the loss should be reported to this insurance company or to an organization appointed by the said company to handle insurance claims. In such cases, this organization will be acting on behalf of the foreign liability insurer, during the whole process of claim settlement.
In case the foreign insurer does not have a correspondent, then as soon as the loss has been surveyed, the amount of the loss has been established and the necessary documents have been collected, the whole set of documentation would be forwarded onto our office for further handling of the claim.
It is imperative that all relevant information be obtained and all circumstances carefully established on the spot of the accident. The essential information necessary to start the claim settlement process are all included in the so-called (European) Accident Report Form.This is to be completed in full and with reasonable accuracy. One has to bear in mind, that a driver involved in an accident is legally obliged to advise all other people involved in the same accident of the details of the motor vehicle driven by him/her as well as the particulars of the respective liability insurance.
A common problem of claim settlement is, that in most cases of accidents involving a truck & trailer, only the registration number of the trailer is recorded, although the registration number of the truck would be necessary to identify the liable owner. It would be very helpful to record the name of the country where the truck is registered .The reason is that more and more countries are adopting identical or very similar registration numbering systems, especially those states established in the past few years.
It is the mutual interest of the stakeholders of construction works (principally clients, investors, builders, general contractors, health & safety and fire safety engineers and experts) and insurers to minimize the potential damages caused by fire, hazards and accidents and to protect human life on construction sites. This objective encourages those involved in construction and renovation works to adhere to reasonable preventative measures. Through this guideline, the Association of Hungarian Insurance Companies seeks to reduce the risk of fire and the risk of emergencies requiring evacuation for other reasons, by introducing appropriate systems in accordance with the guidelines of the European Union and Hungarian regulations.Download PDF
ICLAM has an history over 100 years old. Their aims are to provide an international forum for the latest statistics on prognosis of medical and surgical treatment in the field of life, disability and health insurance. They arrange congresses of Insurance Medicine every three years and give support to new organizations of insurance medicine. ICLAM is a non-profit organization and has no commercial interests.
The Hungarian Lawyers Association Section for Insurance Law was established in 1970, and joined the same year the International Association for Insurance Law (AIDA), as the Hungarian Chapter of AIDA. Since its formation the Chapter has been performing national and international scientific activity on insurance law. Since that date it has been organizing its national programs, 2 – 4 times yearly, on current issues on insurance and insurance law joining to all codification works relating also to insurance.
The Section as the Hungarian Chapter of the AIDA, is actively participating in the life of AIDA. It is represented since 1970 on the world congresses being held every 4 years, on three world congresses one of the major reports of the given world congress was held by a Hungarian lawyer (Gyula Eörsi, Tamás Lábady, Károly Bárd). Hungarian insurance lawyers are regularly participating in the work and in the programs of the working parties of the AIDA. The president of the Section – Károly Bárd -, had been Co-President of the AIDA for several years, and is currently its Honorary President, Ferenc Kiss is member of the Presidential Council.
The VII. World Congress of the AIDA in 1986 has been held by the Section in Budapest, for 1200 delegates, of which ca. 1000 were foreign delegates. Since 1970 the Section organizes every 2 years the AIDA Budapest Insurance Colloquia of AIDA Budapest, in 2006 the IX. Colloquia. The colloquia have at an average 120-150 Hungarian and foreign participants and 10 -15 presenters (amongst them a great number of foreigners). The themes of the colloquia can be seen on our homepage.
The events of our Section are visited by average 50-100 enquirers. According to the working parties of the AIDA, the following national working parties are active: Working Parties for motor insurance, for life and pension insurance, for insurance brokerage, for the state supervision of insurance.
The Section also plays a major role in the life of the Hungarian Lawyers Association with its events, publications, it is in continuous cooperation with the Hungarian Insurers Association and its Legal section, as well as with the other sections of the Hungarian Lawyers Association.
An international organisation founded by the insurance press in 1954 in Paris. Its aims are the exchange of information, articles and documents as well of relevant facts and figures of the insurance industries.
The members come from Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Mexico,the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia; Rusia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States of America.