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damage claim

noun [C]
 
 
INSURANCE, LAW a demand for money from someone or from their insurance company for harm that has been done: A law has been passed allowing some victims another year to file damage claims. Most basic travel insurance policies do not provide third party liability for damage claims against the driver.
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