Poland complaints handling
Definition of a complaint
A statement of dissatisfaction addressed to an insurance undertaking by a person relating to the insurance contract or service he/she has been provided with. Complaints handling should be differentiated from claims handling as well as from simple requests for execution of the contract, information or clarification.
Definition of a complainant
A person who is presumed to be eligible to have a complaint considered by an insurance undertaking and has already lodged a complaint e.g. a policyholder, insured person, beneficiary and in some jurisdictions, injured third party.
A prompt acknowledgement of the complaint, in writing, within 5 (five) business days of the complaint being made.
A final response to be provided in writing by post within 30 (thirty) days of receipt of the complaint. The decision may be sent to you by e-mail if you requested this and provided an e-mail address.
If it is not able to provide you with a decision within 30 days because it is a complex complaint, you will be contacted. You will be advised of the reason for the delay, the circumstances that must be established to handle the case and the expected timescale within which a response will be provided, which will not be more than 60 (sixty) days after the complaint has been received.
External Dispute Resolution
ul. Nowogrodzka 47a 00-695 Warsaw
Tel: +48 22 333 73 26/27