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Insurance Claim’s Contacts
Start Your Injury or Loss Claim in OregonIf you’ve suffered an injury or loss due to somebody else’s negligence, or if you were hurt in an accident where fault is unclear or on you, the first thing you’ll want to do as soon as you or your representative are able is to let the appropriate insurance company know about your car crash, bike crash, truck crash, slip-and-fall, other type of accident, property damage, or financial loss. To save you some time, we at Dawson Law Group maintain this list of claims contacts for the ten biggest auto insurance companies in the United States. (We list companies this way because car crashes are so common and so likely to cause injury.) If you need more help getting your insurance claim going, call us for a free consultation at 503-919-1315, or fill out our contact form. We are happy to make this important process easier for you. Our fondest hope is that people are able to resolve their insurance claims on their own, without having to hire us as your Oregon injury lawyers. We encourage you to try that, then call us back, if and when you hit a wall in the process. We have settled and litigated thousands of Oregon cases that started with insurance claims that led to disagreement between companies and our clients.
|Top 10 Auto Insurers|
|Rank||Company||Oregon Claims Phone Number||Online Claim Contact (click)|
|1||State Farm||1-800-782-8332||web page|
|5||Liberty Mutual||1-800-225-2467||web page|
|10||American Family||1-800-692-6326||web page|
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