Filing Auto Insurance Claims
Some form of auto insurance is required to own and operate a vehicle in the United States. Some states require proof of insurance before issuing a driver’s license, and many states require you to carry uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage so that if you let someone borrow your car, or get involved in an accident with someone who is not carrying insurance, you are covered. Insurance claims can be tricky, depending on what happened, and what kind of coverage you have. When you lease or are buying a car from a dealer, you are required to carry comp and collision coverage in addition to standard liability coverage, until you own the car, so that the investment is protected in the event something happens while you are driving. If a storm comes through and knocks a tree limb on your car, full coverage insurance can also repair that damage.
While all of that sounds nice, most insurance companies do not make their claim filing process very clear to their customers. The fewer claims that get filed, the better for them! That’s why the staff here at My Claim Source has spent hours compiling information about auto insurance companies in one place. We give you the billing options, information about the various coverage types available from each company, and extensive contact information including: phone, USPS mail, email, and online via their website. If you’ve already filed a claim with a company, information to help you check the status of your claim is also included. If you do not see your insurance company yet, please let us know! We’re working hard to make sure we have information for all the auto insurance companies out there, so chances are it’s on our list to be adding soon. If you’ve filed a claim with your company, don’t forget to let us know about your experience in a comment!