How to File an Insurance Claim
Having insurance at all times is of great importance. In rain season it is even more urgent, if you do not have auto insurance, make sure you immediately do. Learn about all our insurance options here. Here is a guide to file an insurance claim.
Accidents can happen at any time and are sometimes unavoidable. The United States adds 700,000 car accidents due to rain per year. Even if the accident is caused by the weather, it can cause the price of your car insurance to go up. We will always be at your disposal if you are looking for a better price for car insurance even if you have accidents and find the best price available for your situation. Aseguranza de Auto can improve the price of your current car insurance.
Therefore, it is worth mentioning that in no way do we want someone to suffer a rain accident even if we offer them the best insurance prices. We can offer you coverage wherever you are.
Consequently, in case you are in this situation, if you were in a car accident, you should report it to your insurer. If you have car insurance with us, you can contact us to guide you through the claim process.
We explain the process to file an insurance claim below:
Ambulance – First Responders: In case of injuries you should call an ambulance. Normally the medical expense coverage of your auto insurance covers the expenses that may be generated from this.
Police: You must make a police report in case there are injuries or in case another person was involved in the accident do not have auto insurance and/or leave the scene. More information about this below.
If you caused the accident, contact your insurer. Make a report and provide your insurer information to the other people involved.
And, if the accident was not your fault, ask for the car insurance information of the person who caused the accident. Reporting what happened is what you need to do next. If the person who was at fault, does not have auto insurance, take the license plate number from the car as quickly as you can in case this person leaves the scene.
If it is not clear who was at fault, the insurance company adjusters will do an investigation.
Either way, always make sure to report the accident to your auto insurance company. You should report the accident as soon as possible to avoid complications.