Evergreen, CO (June 3, 2013) Evacuated Bluebell Fire residents insured with State Farm are encouraged to contact their agent right away - even if they dont know whether their property is impacted by the fire. Claims representatives are on-site at the Conifer High School evacuation center to help customers.
If you are a part of the mandatory evacuations State Farm recommends the following:
If you have not been evacuated but your home could become threatened: Time is of the essence.
Three simple steps take just a little time to complete and provide valuable time for fire fighters to do all they can to protect your property.
Safety is top priority right now, said State Farm Spokeswoman Angela Thorpe. Make sure your family is safe, use the community resources that are available and call us so we can help you get the claim process started.
|Angela M. Thorpe|
|Office: (303) 264-1560|
|Cell: (303) 870-5462|
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