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Available Claim Forms

To submit a claim use one of the appropriate links below. If none are available for your particular claim, please contact us directly.

Insurance Claims Help & Advise, We're there with you for every step

Insurance Claim call us 513-759-0707 or Toll Free 1-888-268-633

Our job is to see that your claim is handled quickly and fairly and that you are never out of the loop. Practices and procedures vary somewhat depending on the type of insurance and the insurance company, but you let us worry about that. In most cases we can let you know well in advance what to expect and we will be able to make sure that everything is on track. If you ever need us we’re just a phone call away. Even on holidays and weekends we check our messages regularly and will get back to you promptly.

Emergency Claims -

Injury or Serious Property Damage - Call us - If for any reason you don't get through call the Company Direct 24/7



Auto-Owners Insurance

24/7 Loss Reporting:  1-888-252-4626

 Go to website Claims Page


 Chubb Group Of Insurance Companies

Claim Reporting Line:  1-800-252-4670

 Go to website claims page


Grange Insurance

24/7 Loss Reporting:  1-800-445-3030
Auto Glass Reporting:  1-800-951-9734

Online Glass Reporting:

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24/7 Loss Reporting: 
  Auto, Home and Other Personal Property: 


Business Insurance:  1-800-238-6225

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Safeco Insurance

24/7 Loss Reporting:  1-800-332-3226

 Go to website claims page


Harleysville Insurance

 Call our toll-free claims reporting number at 800.892.8877

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 American Modern Insurance

Call us at 1-800-375-2075

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Progressive Insurance

Claims (Policyholder Line):


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 Filing a Homeowners Claim Basics  
How do I file a homeowners claim? 


Filing an Auto Claim    

  What to do after a car accident

  1. Immediately following an accident, make sure that no one is injured, either a passenger in your car, in other vehicles, and don't forget about pedestrians or others who may have been nearby.

  2. Move to a place of safety, away from traffic.

  3. Do not admit fault, no matter the accident circumstances, and do not discuss the accident with anyone other than your insurance company and the police.

  4. If there are no police on the scene, call them to file a report, even if the accident takes place in a parking lot or seems minor.

  5. Get instructions from the police on how to obtain a copy of the accident report.

  6. Record the accident details, including place, time of day, and description of damages to your vehicle, other vehicles, and other property. (TIP: use your smart phone camera to take pictures of damage)

  7. Get this information from the other driver(s) and anyone else involved:

    Phone Number
    Drivers License Number (for drivers involved)
    License Plate State and Number (state involved)
    VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) - often on a metal plate on the dash or driver's side door frame
    (TIP: use your smart phone camera to take pictures of license plates, drivers licenses and the accident scene from multiple perspectives)

  8. Contact your Company as soon as possible with the information above, as well as your own drivers' license and vehicle license information.

  9. If you need any help or guidance Please contact us.

Insurance Claim call us 513-759-0707 or Toll Free 1-888-268-633


How do I file a business insurance claim?

When a fire, accident or theft occurs at your business:

  • Contact your insurance agent and company right away. Any burglaries or theft should also be reported to the police immediately.
  • Read your insurance policy so that you know what your responsibilities are to your insurance company after a loss.
  • After a disaster, take steps to protect your property from further damage by making temporary repairs. If immediate repairs to equipment are necessary, save the damaged parts in case the claims adjuster is interested in examining them.
  • Get at least two bids on the cost to repair or replace damaged property.

When filing a business interruption claim, be able to show the income the business was generating both before and after the loss. Keep detailed records of business activity and the extra expenses of keeping your business operating in a temporary location during the interruption period. If you are forced to close down, include expenses that continue during the time that the business is closed, such as advertising and the cost of utilities.

If you are unhappy with how your claim was handled:

  • Talk to your insurance agent or claims manager to explain your point of view.
  • Call the consumer affairs or complaint department of your insurance company and tell them your story and why you think you deserve a larger settlement.
  • Contact your state department of insurance about your problem.
  • If you've tried all other options, consult an attorney who specializes in insurance matters to see if he thinks you have a valid claim that is worth a lawsuit. Provide the lawyer with all relevant documents and a copy of your insurance policy. Tell your attorney about any settlements offered by your insurance company and the attorney will judge whether you have a legitimate case that might result in a much larger settlement if brought to trial. Attorneys work on an hourly basis or on a contingency basis in which case they receive a portion of whatever settlement you ultimately receive. Get your lawyer’s fee structure in writing before you pursue your case, and make sure you are kept current on the status of the case as it progresses. You must agree to any settlement reached between your attorney and the insurance company before it is made final.


9859 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd | Cincinnati, OH 45241
Ph: 513-759-0707 | Fx: 513-777-6237 | Ph: 888-268-6331