How do I check on a car insurance claim?

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To receive an updated status of your insurance claim after an auto accident, call your auto insurance representative. If you don't have a specific representative, visit your car insurance company's website for a contact number in your area and/or state.

Depending on your car auto insurance company you may also be able to monitor your accident claim online. If this option is offered, you'll have 24-hour access to your claim information, which may include damage estimates, payments made, your vehicle's repair status, and more. Each car insurance website is different, but you, more than likely, will need a registered username and password to access your automobile accident claim.

Information Needed For Insurance Claim Update

Whether you’re checking your car accident claim online or by phone, you'll need your auto claims number. This can be found on your claims receipt or on your vehicle's estimate. If you still can't find this number, contact your insurance company and ask for a car crash claims representative.

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