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Reporting Your Claim

Whether you’re our customer or filing a claim against one of our policy holders, call us to report your claim. We will immediately assign an adjuster to your claim and begin the process of investigating to bring your claim to a quick resolution.

Tracking Your Claim

Once your claim has been reported, we will assign a claims adjuster to your claim who will guide you through the claims process. Through your auto insurance claims adjuster will be able to answer any questions you have about your claim and keep you up to date on the status of your claim.

Reporting Fraud

We take cases of insurance fraud very seriously. If you have any information regarding a potential fraudulent claim. Please contact us immediately.

Tips for filling an auto insurance claim

If you drive, chances are that you will eventually be in an accident or have another incident that damages your car. You will need to follow certain steps to file a claim with your car insurance company to get reimbursement.Claim types include bodily injury claims for medical expenses and property damage claims to vehicle repairs and stolen property.

When To File A Claim

Contact your car insurance company as soon as possible following a car collision. You may also need to file a claim if your vehicle is

  • Vandalized.
  • Stolen.
  • Damaged from a non-accident-related event, such as fire or severe weather.

Advantages and disadvantages of car insurance

1. One of the main advantages of a deductible is that you reduce your car insurance premium by raising the deductible amount you are willing to pay. Instead of $ 100, the cost of your insurance could be dramatically lower.

2. Another advantage is that you can select a deductible amount that suits your budget. If you can repair costs of a few hundred dollars, you might want to select a higher deductible to take advantage of a lower monthly premium. If any unexpected car expense would be a financial disaster, you can pick a lower deductible so your insurance company would bear the brunt of any covered repair.

3. A disadvantage of a deductible is that you could end up paying your insurance company a premium every year and it might not ever have to pay off any of your expenses. If your car never has covered damages in excess of your deductible, you'll be responsible for both your repair costs and the cost of your insurance, with your insurance company liable for nothing.

4. Another disadvantage of a deductible is that you might have to come up with a large amount of money in a short time to fix your car. This is particularly dangerous in the case of a large deductible. If you have repeated high expenses, you'll have to pay the amount of your deductible every year.

Compare Rates

Our website enables you compare more than 100 insurance brands on one search. You are also able to know the price of the policy and levels of insurance covers provided. You only have to get a quote, see what coverage’s are recommended for you, fine tune and then use them for your comparison. Contact us for more information.


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