Ever wonder what Farmers is doing after a severe weather event? In the event of a major natural disaster, get information here about Farmers claims personnel in your area and the locations of our Mobile Claims Center fleet.
The Catastrophe Response Team
We are assisting customers in areas affected by severe weather
Catastrophe adjusters have been deployed to the areas below to assist with claims and to continue to monitor the situation closely. To file a claim or check the status of an existing claim, go to www.hpcs.com or call the Claims Contact Center at (800) 435-7764.
You can also follow Farmers’ response on Twitter at @FarmersResponse.
Due to the severe winds and rain reported on September 18th, we have seen an increase in claims throughout El Paso, Texas and surrounding areas.
9/17 - Due to the multiple fires in central and northern California, we have seen an increase in claims throughout these areas.
Due to the heavy monsoon rains reported September 8th, we have seen an increase in claims throughout Phoenix and the surrounding areas.
Due to the strong winds reported on September 5th, we have seen an increase in claims throughout Chicago, Illinois, and surrounding areas.
After a disaster
Please stay alert and away from dangers like:
- Damaged roads or bridges
- Broken or damaged power lines and gas lines
- Broken glass, splintered wood and other sharp, dangerous objects
- Gas fumes (open windows for ventilation, and wait to use lighters or matches)
Remember to cooperate with authorities. If you’re asked to stay off of phone lines, keep off emergency roads or anything else, do it. In the aftermath of a major disaster, everyone has to pitch in and do their part.
Contact your Claim Representative
After you’ve handled all of the immediate dangers, and gotten yourself and your family to a safe place, you should alert your Claim Representative with an inventory of your losses, so s/he can get started on investigating and replacing your property.
- Do some temporary repairs to prevent any looting or further damages, if you can.
- Hire a reliable contractor. Beware of fraudulent contractors who prey on disaster victims.
- Please be patient, especially if there’s widespread damage in your community.