What To Expect After Reporting Your Property Claim
Get an Estimate
We’ll need an estimate of your property’s damage. There are a few of ways to do this and your Claim professional can guide you on the best approach for your particular loss.
If you’re a business owner, Business Income coverage may provide protection against certain financial losses that are sustained while the business is unable to operate.
Some options for your estimate include:
- Travelers Photo Capture for Property, which allows you to send us images of your damage
- An on site inspection by a Travelers appraiser
Have Your Property Repaired
Your next step is to find a contractor. Be sure the contractor you choose is insured and bonded. We encourage you to check references before hiring anyone.
It is possible that once a contractor begins working, he or she may discover a need for repairs beyond those originally addressed. If this occurs, please have your contractor contact your Claim professional before conducting further repairs. We will work with your contractor so that repairs can continue with minimal interruption.
Still have questions? Contact your Travelers Claim professional.
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You may be wondering who is responsible if you experience a loss that originated from a common area such as a roof or was caused by another condo or co-op owner.