The two most commonly utilized forms in connection to any insurance claim are the proof of loss and a personal property inventory sheet
A sworn proof of loss is a requirement of most all insurance policies. The reporting of the claim triggers the insurer's obligation to pay/deny within 90 days. SPOL is only required, in most instances, when the insurer requests the same from the insured. Some policies require that you submit a properly executed proof of loss before the insurer's obligation to pay your claim is triggered.
The inventory form below is what is commonly used by insurers to identify and assign a value to items of personal property.