Phoenix, AZ (June 9, 2011) –A specially-equipped Farmers Insurance Customer Care Vehicle (CCV) has arrived in the eastern Arizona community of Lakeside and has begun providing assistance to customers and non-customers, alike, impacted by the catastrophic wildfires that have struck the state.
“This latest outbreak of wildfires has caused much damage in Arizona and our hearts go out to all the families who have been affected,” stated Frank Soldano, state executive director for Farmers in Arizona. “I want to reassure our customers that Farmers has the resources in place and we have already begun to provide help to our customers. We are reaching out to all of our customers in the area and making sure they are being taken care of.”
Farmers Insurance customers with damage should immediately contact their agent or call Farmers’ 24-hour-claims hotline at 800-HelpPoint (800-435-7764) for immediate assistance.
Spanish-language claims assistance is available to Farmers customers by calling 877-RECLAMO (877-732-5266).
Foremost Insurance customers can call: 800-527-3907.
21st Century Insurance customers can call: 888-244-6163.
Local residents needing assistance – whether they are Farmers customers or not - are encouraged to visit the Farmers CCV at:
Blue Ridge High School
1200 W. White Mountain Blvd
The Farmers CCV is equipped to be able to provide immediate, on-the-scene assistance to residents. All persons in need of immediate assistance are welcome to avail themselves of the provisions being offered and the vehicles’ telecommunications equipment to contact family and friends and to advise worried loved-ones of their location and status.About Farmers