To meet all future claims rising from policies, it is requisite to quantify the outstanding loss liabilities. Loss reserving methods based on aggregated data from run-triangles are predominantly used to calculate the claims reserves. Conventional reserving techniques have some disadvantages: loss of information from the policy and the claim's development due to the aggregation, zero or negative cells in the triangle; usually small number of observations in the triangle; only few observations for recent accident years; and sensitivity to the most recent paid claims. To overcome these dilemmas, granular loss reserving methods for individual claim-by-claim data will be presented. Moreover, reserves' estimation is a crucial part of the risk valuation process, which is now a front burner in economics. Since there is a growing demand for prediction of total reserves for different types of claims or even multiple lines of business, a time-varying copula framework within truncated data for granular reserving will be established.