Help for Oklahomans whose property was damaged by the April 9 wildfires

BY DEBBIE BLOSSOM Modified: April 10, 2009 at 4:50 pm •  Published: April 10, 2009
Advertisement
;
org

so that damage at inaccessible homes can be evaluated.

Claims personnel from Farmers Insurance Group of Companies have been deployed to the Oklahoma City area to help customers affected by the strong winds and recent fires.

Farmers Insurance Groups said its customers who have suffered damage can contact Farmers’ 24 hour claims hotline at 1-800-435-7764 for immediate assistance. Farmers has also set up a Customer Care Vehicle at S.E. 29th Street and Westminster Road.

Foremost Insurance customers should file their claim by calling 800-527-3907.

Allstate policyholders whose homes or automobiles have been damaged can start the claim process by calling 1-800-547-8676, logging on to Allstate.com, or visiting a Mobile Claims Center at the southeast corner of S.E. 29th Street and Westminster.



Trending Now


AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    ESPN bringing "College GameDay" to Oklahoma State-Florida State
  2. 2
    NCAA suspends Missouri's Levi Copelin, a former Broken Arrow receiver, for 2014 season
  3. 3
    Kevin Durant tells Pelicans F Anthony Davis he's an 'MVP-caliber player'
  4. 4
    Sen. Inhofe blocks vote on resolution acknowledging climate change is a problem
  5. 5
    Raiders owner in talks with San Antonio to relocate team
+ show more