Customers may call 1-800-SF-Claim to report claims
Maryland (July 3, 2012) - State Farm® is helping customers affected by the weekend storms. The greatest concern is for the safety of everyone in the affected areas.
As of Monday, State Farm® received more than 2,180 property claims and approximately 260 automobile claims in Maryland.
State Farm’s first priority is taking care of customers’ needs as quickly as possible. To get the claims process started, customers should call their State Farm agent to report claims. If you can't reach your agent, you can report your claim by calling our toll-free number 1-800-SFCLAIM (800-732-5246). This number is currently active for Maryland, D.C., Virginia and West Virginia. You can also report your claim on StateFarm.com or your automobile claim on your mobile phone using the Pocket Agent® app.
If possible, consider making 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.
For those who do not have power:
Anna Bryant State Farm Public Affairs (202) 263-4404
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