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Ohio Auto Insurance ClaimAll of us purchase auto insurance coverage saying a silent prayer—I hope I never have to cash in on this policy.

Unfortunately, some of the population must use their auto policy and file an auto insurance claim.

If the time comes that you need to file a claim against your auto policy, there are some measures  you can take to make the claims process a bit more straightforward and efficient for you.

  1. Start by calling your agent – Your agent is there to make this process easier for you. Just one phone call to your agent and you can remove yourself from much of the paperwork and claims coordination. Your agent will ask you to recount the accident (some may even visit the location) or incident involving the claim and file the paperwork for you. This saves your time and it’s a good way to make sure the paperwork is done properly.
  2. If you’re agent isn’t available, call your insurance company – A company representative will be on hand to guide you through the process. If you want to be updated with further requirements through your agent, make sure to inform the insurance company so they can put this information in their system.
  3. Have all of the information pertaining to the insurable event on hand – Before you make your claim with the insurance company or your agent, be sure to have all relevant information handy. You should have your policy number, the insurance and contact information of any other person involved in the claim, the details of the event that caused the claim, police reports and pictures. If you were absent when the claim happened, make sure you have all the details about how you found the automobile and the damage.
  4. Keep a copy of everything for your records – Make a duplicate copy of the claim paperwork and all supporting documents before you present them to the insurance company.

If you suspect that you will not be able to remember certain details that apply to your claim, make sure that you write them down soon after the incident. You can hold on to this paper if there’s a possibility that future questions will arise that you cannot remember the answers to or you can include the statement in your claim.

Call us today at 740-467-2040 for more information about auto insurance or get to a free Ohio Auto Insurance quote. 

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