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In the event of an accident, call your insurance company as soon as you can, even if the damage appears to be minor. Correctly repairing something like a scraped or cracked bumper cover can easily exceed the cost of a typical deductible.
You may need to also file a claim if your vehicle has been vandalized, stolen or damaged during a non-accident-related event.
Before calling your insurance agent, exchange insurance information with other drivers involved, if applicable, and names, addresses and phone numbers.
When you file a claim, your insurance agent will ask several questions that can be found on your insurance cards, including policy number and your end and start date with the policy. Most insurance companies offer the option of filing a claim online, on an app on your smartphone or over the phone with an insurance representative.
If your car needs to be taken to an auto body shop, it's important to note that drivers do not have use the body shop their insurance company recommends. Our staff is happy to submit insurance claim paperwork for you.
Modern vehicles are built to take the brunt of the impact and protect passengers but not all the damages that occur may be visible. More so, damage to some hidden sections of the car, such as the impact absorbers underneath the bumper covers, may render the vehicle unable to safely handle a second collision. Having your insurance company cover the cost of repairs, minus your deductible if applicable, can help ensure your vehicle is repaired correctly.
We would be happy to speak with you about your collision repair needs.
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