An Affidavit of No Insurance form is a written statement made under oath by someone verifying that he does not have liability insurance that will cover a claim or lawsuit filed against him for property damage or injuries to another.
An Affidavit of No Insurance is a document used in many types of liability claims or lawsuits, including auto accidents, home liability, and business liability claims.
An injured person may need an Affidavit of No Insurance from the liable party to pursue other insurance claims to cover their damages. The person without insurance certifies that he is at least eighteen years old and admits that he or she was involved in the accident or was the owner of the property where the circumstance happened.
An example of your statement on an Affidavit of No Insurance should read:
“I did not have an insurance policy in effect covering the incident on the date in question.”
You will also need your name, address, date, and a notary seal and stamp.
The Affidavit of No Insurance is a legal document, signed under oath in front of a notary public.