Inclser may decline coverage because of claims' history
Should claims have an apostrophy?
It's difficult to tell. The sentence doesn't make sense. I have no idea what 'Inclser', but you may mean 'insurer'.
If you are writing of the history of a particular claim, then "claim's" could possibly be used.
If the person has made many claims on an insurance policy, then the simple plural "claims" could be used.
I can't think of a situation where the plural possessive "claims'" would be used.
These are all just guesses, however.
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