October 29, 2012 State Farm® is helping customers affected by Sandy. State Farm's priority is making sure everyone is safe and taking care of customers' needs as quickly as possible.
State Farm's state-of-the-art Catastrophe Team, the industry's largest mobile workforce of experienced claim representatives, is responding quickly. Catastrophe Response Vehicles are deploying to affected cities to best serve State Farm policyholders as they begin the claim process.
Once it is safe to do so, customers should call their State Farm Agent to report claims. If you can't reach your State Farm Agent, you can report your claim by calling our toll-free number 1-800-SFCLAIM (800-732-5246). This number is currently active for all areas affected by Sandy. You can also report your claim on StateFarm.com or report your automobile claim on your mobile phone using the Pocket Agent® app.
If possible, make reasonable temporary repairs to protect your property from further damage:
If you have a covered loss, these repairs may be reimbursed. Save receipts if you purchase items such as tarps and plywood or other supplies to make repairs.
If your power is out:
Anna Bryant, State Farm Public Affairs, (202) 263-4404
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