Reviewed by Stefan Tirschler
dec·la·ra·tions page | dɛkləˈreɪʃ(ə)nz peɪdʒ
Definition: A page (or pages) of an insurance policy that summarizes key information about the policy.
After receiving her new policy, Mary carefully checked the declarations page for errors.
You will generally find the declarations page at the beginning of an insurance policy document. The section is often more than a single page in length.
The declarations page is also known as an information page or a dec sheet. At Square One, we call it a policy declaration. Some other insurance providers call it a coverage summary.
The declarations page is a summary of the essential information relating to that specific policy.
It includes the:
When you receive a new insurance policy, review the policy declarations carefully to make sure that there are no errors.
Most insurance policies have a term of one year. One to two months ahead of your annual policy renewal, you’ll get a new policy document with a fresh policy declaration. Review your new documents each year to stay on top of any changes in your coverage or your premium.
As mentioned earlier, Square One refers to the declarations page as the “policy declaration.” It’s found at the beginning of policy wording documents that we issue. Our policy declaration is usually several pages long.
Even when you take precautions, accidents can happen. Home insurance is one way to protect your family against financial losses from accidents. And, home insurance can start from as little as $12/month.