The deductible is the amount that will be deducted from your compensation in the event of covered damage.

You choose this amount when you sign your insurance contract.

Thus, if you have chosen a deductible of 150€, this amount will be deducted from your reimbursement in the event of a claim

Good to know:

  • The higher your deductible, the lower the price of your insurance (and vice versa).

  • The deductible does not apply to all reimbursements, some are exempt.

Cases where the deductible does not apply:

  • Troubleshooting locksmithing

Cases where the deductible applies:

  • Fires

  • Water damage

  • Theft

  • Breakage of glass

  • Civil Liability

  • Attacks and acts of terrorism (exceptional deductible set by the State, of 0€)

  • Storms and natural disasters (exceptional deductible set by the State, of 380€ for all events, except drought which has a 1520€ deductible).

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