Claims Reporting

We deliver superior service in processing claims because we know that….Simply Selling Insurance is Not Enough!

The true value of an insurance contract is realized when a loss occurs, so we make sure our highly-trained Claims Advocate professionals have the experience, resources, and expertise to assist you in achieving the best possible outcome for your claim.

We understand that reporting a claim and tracking its progress can be a tedious and unproductive process, so count on us to make the process as quick and easy as possible.

How to Report a Claim

It helps to have the following information ready when you submit a claim.

  • Policy Number.
  • Named Insured’s name and address.
  • Date of Loss.
  • Details related to the claim.

Company Reporting: To report your claim directly to your Insurance Company, use the information provided here:

IRMS Reporting: Our online Claim Reporting process is available 24/7, every day of the year via our web site, or you can call our office to talk personally with a Personal Insurance Claims Advocate.

  • Report your claim online using the policy-specific Claims Reporting Forms listed below.  Your Claims Advocate will review your submission and get right back to you to discuss the next step in submitting your claim.
  • If the online approach isn’t your thing, just let your Client Service Manager know you have a claim situation to discuss and our Claims Advocate will get right back to you.

If you need assistance, please contact your Client Service Manager.

Guide For Client Services

Claims Reporting Resources

Automobile Claim

Select this option to report an Automobile Claim.

Automobile Claim Report

Service Request

Property Claim Report

Select this option to report a Property Claim.

Property Claim Report

Service Request

Liability Claim

Select this option to report a Liability Claim.

Liability Claim Report

Service Request

George Schmelzle, CPCU, ARM, AAI, AIM, AIS, AU


“For everything else that matters, let us show you total, true, peace of mind”. – George Schmelzle