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Need to Make an Insurance Claim?

The state's Insurance Department has information on its website for residents who need to make a claim.

As lights return to most Southington families and yards are cleaned up, one thing remains: that dreaded insurance claim.

Connecticut residents can find toll-free telephone numbers for their insurance companies and other helpful information regarding claims and policy questions related to Storm Irene on the Connecticut Insurance Department website, Commissioner Thomas B. Leonardi said today.

“We continue to update our website and work with other state agencies and insurers to get the latest information to our citizens so they can get prompt service on their claims,” Leonardi said.

Get the latest updates on the department’s Irene Resource page, follow the department on Facebook and Twitter, or contact its Consumer Affairs unit for assistance: 860-297-3900 or 800-203-3447. 

Below are the Irene insurance claims telephone numbers: 

Allstate: 1-800-54-STORM (547-8676)
Amica: 1-800-24-AMICA (242-6422)
Arbella Insurance Group: 1-800-ARBELLA (272-3552)
Bunker Hill Insurance Company: 1-888-472-5246
Chartis: 1-877-244-0304
Farm Family Casualty Insurance Company: 1-800-948-3276
Farmers Insurance Customers: 1-800-435-7764
Farmers 21st Century Insurance: 1-888-244-6163
Foremost Insurance Customers: 1-800-527-3907
Hartford: 1-800-243-5860
Hingham Mutual and Danbury Insurance: 1-781-740-8885
Liberty Mutual Insurance: 1-800-2CLAIMS (225-2467)
MetLife: 1-800-854-6011
MiddleOak/Middlesex: 1-800-225-2533
National Flood Insurance: 1-800-787-5677
Nationwide: 1-800-421-3535
NLC Insurance Companies: 1-866-675-7978
Quincy Mutual: 1-800-490-0047
Safeco Insurance: 1-800-335-3226
State Farm: 1-800-SF-CLAIM (732-5246)
Travelers Home & Auto: 1-800-CLAIM33 (252-4633)
Travelers Business Insurance Claims: 1-800-238-6225
Union Mutual: 1-800-671-8850
Vermont Mutual: 1-866-505-2324

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