What You Should Do
and foremost, if anyone is injured, provide immediate first aid assistance and call for emergency services.
Exchange your name, address, telephone number and insurance information with the driver of the other car(s)
involved in the accident.
Write down the following information:
- The date, time, and place of accident
- Description of how the accident occurred
- The name and address of owner of the other automobile
other driver's Social Security driver's license numbers
- The names and addresses of all passengers and
- The license plate numbers of the other vehicles, including witnesses
Promptly report the
accident to the nearest police station and complete any necessary incident reports.
Cooperate fully with
the police, but do not make any admissions about your responsibility in the accident. (Do not admit that it
was your fault, even if it was!)
Report the claim to your insurance agent immediately
Do not sign any
statements for anyone other than an authorized representative of your insurance company or agency — be sure to
In the event of a property loss, such as a structure fire or
natural disaster, here are some tips on what should be done:
- First and foremost, if anyone is injured,
provide immediate first aid assistance and call for emergency services.
- Take appropriate steps to prevent
further damage to the property
- Report the claim to your insurance agent immediately
What We Will Do
When you contact our office to report a loss, the account executive will complete the necessary forms and
send them to your insurance company for processing.
The insurance company will assign a claims adjuster to your account.
The claims adjuster will contact you to set up an appointment to view the damaged property and process the
Our agency will work consistently with the insurance company and adjuster to resolve any questions and
ensure that your claim is processed promptly and efficiently.
If you encounter any problems, be sure to contact our Customer Service
department immediately for assistance.