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Frequently Asked Questions
Should I file a claim?
You should contact your agent anytime you've been in an accident or believe you may have a claim.
What should I expect after filing a claim?
Your claim specialist will contact you the same day your claim is submitted. They will explain the claims process step-by-step and decide how much coverage you'll need. Your specialist will give you a direct contact number that you can use to check your claim status or ask questions.
What should I do if a claim has been filed against me?
Contact your agent right away. You can also call our 24-hour service center if your agent office is closed. All legal documents regarding the claim should be turned over to Fremont Insurance or your agent immediately.
What do I need to file a claim?
You only need the details of the loss. We will help you get an estimate and walk you through the claims process.
Do I need a police report?
Police reports should be filed in the event of an auto accident, theft, vandalism, or suspected criminal activity. The policy may require a police report in order to obtain coverage.
What is the proper loss notice for Work Comp?
Form 100 (revision date of 2013 or later).
When does wage loss start for a workers' compensation claim?
The injured worker must be deemed ineligible for work by a licensed physician for at least 7 consecutive days. Please contact a claims specialist for specific details.
Does the injured worker have to accept work for light duty within their restrictions if their employer has it available?
Yes, please contact a claims specialist for specific details.