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Making a claim is your way to formally request coverage from your insurance provider. We know this can be an intimidating process, regardless of the nature of the claim. Take a deep breath, find the number of your insurance provider, and follow the steps outlined below:
- Call your insurance provider or agent.
- Explain the type of claim you’d like to make, and answer their questions.
- Your insurance provider or agent will explain the kind of documentation you’ll need to process a claim.
- Compile all information relating to the claim. Be diligent – save every receipt and take thorough notes about what was done and said in relation to the claim.
- Find out what information you need from your insurance provider or agent. Is there a time limit for filing a claim? Will your provider contact you or do you need to reach out again to them? Don’t be afraid to ask plenty of questions.
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Emergency Claims Numbers:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I really need to open a claim?
The answer is almost always yes. The earlier you open a claim, the more time your insurance provider has to investigate and protect your best interests. If you’re still not sure, ask your insurance agent or provider for their professional advice.
Is a police report necessary?
A claim on its own can be filed without a police report. However, if there was an injury, emergency, or suspicion of criminal activity, you will likely want to call the police for help and to initiate a report.
Will my premium increase if I make a claim?
It depends. Different insurance providers have different policies, and they likely take different factors into account to determine your insurance premium. The best way to find out is to ask your provider directly.
How long does a claim take to be processed?
Again, this depends on your insurance provider. They’ll be able to tell you when you can expect to hear if the claim has been accepted or not, but be prepared in the event of any unforeseen delays in processing.