due proof of loss

due proof of loss
As required by an insurance policy, reasonable and satisfactory proof; a proof which makes out a prima facie case against the insurer by furnishing information which is substantial and trustworthy enough to enable the insurer to form an intelligent estimate. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1403. Evidence proper in form and sufficient in character to indicate the truth of the facts stated and to show the happening of the event upon which the insurer agreed to pay the loss or claim. Howe v National Life Ins. Co. 321 Mass 283, 72 NE2d 425, 170 ALR 1254.

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