Report a Claim

In the event of a claim, promptly report the claim one of the following ways:

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Claim Reporting Guidelines

The following are general guidelines for auto, property and workers’ compensation claims:

Auto Accident

  • If anyone is injured, immediately render any possible first aid assistance and call emergency services.
  • Report the accident to the police.
  • Cooperate fully with the police, but do not make any admissions about your liability. Do not sign any statements for anyone other than an authorized representative of your insurance company.
  • Exchange names, driver license numbers, addresses and insurance information with the driver(s) of the other vehicle(s).
  • Record the following information:
    • Date, time and place of accident
    • Name and address of owner of the other vehicle, if different from the driver
    • Names and addresses of passengers and witnesses
    • License plate number of the other vehicle and the witnesses’ vehicles
  • Take photos of damage to vehicles and/or property, accident scene and identification (insurance cards, license plates, etc.)
  • Promptly report the claim.

Property Claim

  • If anyone is injured, immediately render any possible first aid assistance and call emergency services.
  • Take appropriate steps to avoid further damage to the property.
  • Promptly report the claim.

Workers’ Compensation Claim

  • Promptly report the claim.
  • Make sure to file OSHA reports for all work-related fatalities within eight hours and all in-patient hospitalizations, amputations and eye losses within 24 hours after finding out about the incident(s).

 

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