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Grenada Electricity Services Ltd.
P.O. Box 381 
St. George's, Grenada
 
  Claim Form
   

This form is for information only and does not constitute any admission of liability on the part of Grenada Electricity Services Ltd.

Name
Address
Fax
Daytime Phone Number
Home Phone Number
Name of Contact Person
GRENLEC Account Number
Date and Time Damage Occurred
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  Time:
Incident Address
What Happened ?
Item
Make/Model
Age
Date Purchased
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Purchased Price
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Repair or Replacement Cost
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Serial No
Dollar Amount of Damage Claim
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The above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge

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Dear GRENLEC Customer:

Please complete and return this form so we can investigate your claim. Be as accurate and complete as possible, and attach any documentation that you have to support your claim and the damage amount. If you need additional space, use a separate piece of paper. We will conduct an impartial investigation and render a decision as quickly as possible. Please note that our investigation may include field inspections to verify claims and to obtain such other proof as required by the circumstances of the case. We may need to examine damaged items while conducting our investigation, so please do not dispose of them (except spoiled food) until we have authourised you to do so. We will notify you when we reach a decision on your claim.

Damage resulting from storms, wind, accidents beyond our control, vandalism, tree or wildlife contact, equipment failure, scheduled outages or normal operating procedures will not be reimbursed.

   
Food Spoilage: If your claim is for food spoilage, your supporting documentation should include a list of spoiled items with the price of each and total for all items, and copies of receipts or canceled cheques, if any. Equipment or Property Damage: If your claim is for equipment or property repair, your supporting documentation should include copies of bills paid to have the property repaired, or in the event that you choose not to have the property repaired, a copy of a written estimate of the cost that would have been incurred if the property had been repaired. If an item is not repairable, you should state that information and your supporting documentation should include proof that a total loss of the property resulted.

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