New Mexico, June 29, 2012 - State Farm agents, team members, and local claim representatives are continuing their efforts to assist our customers with damage caused by the Little Bear fire affecting New Mexico.
Our first priority is the safety and well-being of those impacted by this fire. We urge our customers to fully cooperate with fire personnel and first responders as they return to their properties in the area. Once it is safe to do so, customers should inspect their homes or businesses and work with their agent and claim representative to help them through the claims process. As part of our efforts in the area, State Farm will have representatives available to speak with policyholders at the Little Bear Fire Recovery Assistance Expo being held this Saturday at Ruidoso High School.
To report a claim, policyholders should:
Robert Villegas, State Farm Media Specialist : 480-293-6018 (office)
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