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If you have a fire or serious storm damage, get yourself and family to safety, call emergency authorities and get medical help for the injured. Do not sign anything or make any decisions except those immediately required to take care of your family and property.
We are here to help you file your claim so that an adjustor is assigned quickly to begin the claims adjustment process with you. Some of the insurance companies represented by our agency are set up for direct claims reporting. If your policy is with one of the insurance companies on the list below, please contact the company directly to file your claim. Doing so should expedite the assignment of your claim to an adjustor. This is especially helpful to you after a storm type event where claim filing volume may be high. Otherwise, if you are unable to file your claim using the below link to your insurance company, or by calling your insurance company directly , call our office to report your claim.
Insurance Companies Set Up For Direct Claims Reporting
|Carrier||Website Link to File Claim||Report By Phone|
|Farmers Mutual Fire||www.farmersofsalem.com||(800) 498-0954|
|Franklin Mutual||www.fmiweb.com||(800) 842-0551|
|Narragansett Bay Insurance Co.||www.nbic.com||(800) 343-3375|
|Plymouth Rock||https://www.plymouthrock.com/resource-center/nj-insurance-guides||(877) 725-6423|
|ShoreOne Insurance||www.ShoreOne.com||(800) 201-0394|
|Universal Property||www.Universalproperty.com||(800) 470-0599|
|Wright National Flood Insurance||www.wrightflood.net/Portal/||(800) 323-8841|
File Your Claim Promptly & Refer To Your Policy For Your Duties After A Loss
It is important that you file your claim promptly. You should refer to your policy, including the provisions dealing with your duties after a loss occurs.
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What should I expect?
There are certain things you can expect to happen after a loss. These can vary depending on the type of loss, amount of loss, the company handling the loss, and a variety of circumstances.