What’s this all about?
Early notification after a motor accident has occurred is essential. The sooner we are notified, the quicker the insurer is able to assist with the claim and get the vehicle back on the road or replaced.
How does this affect you?
The earlier a claim is notified, the less impact there is on your claims experience. For example, if the insured driver hits the rear of a stationary third party vehicle at traffic lights and moderate damage is caused, as well as the third party driver suffering whiplash, the cost of the claim if notified on day one is estimated at £5,000. This is compared to £11,500 if notification occurs on day 15, and if a client waits until 30 days to notify us of a claim, the original figure quadruples to an estimated £20,000.
How can we help you?
To notify us of a claim you can either contact our Claims Team on 01637 876876 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please complete one of the following if you would like us to provide a quotation:
- Complete the form on the Homepage
- Fill in the form on our contact us page
- Email us at email@example.com
- Call 01637 876 876
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We are Personal and Commercial Insurance Brokers based in Newquay covering the whole of Cornwall and the UK
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