To Report a Property Claim

To Report a Property Claim

We hope it never happens, but . . .

If your property suffers a building loss (fire, windstorm, etc.), take emergency measures to protect your property from further damage. Use tarps to keep rain out, board up windows, etc. Save any bills from emergency repairs. Don't throw away any damaged items until you have talked to your claim representative.

Gather the facts.

Use the Property Claim Reporting Guide and telephone worksheet (PDF) as a reference.

Worksheets are provided for your convenience in gathering information. It is not necessary to write answers to questions you know. The worksheet is a tool to help reduce the amount of time you are on the telephone and to give you an easy place to collect information.

Remember, the objective is to report the claim quickly. Try to gather as much information as possible, but don't worry if you do not have the answers to each and every question.

Our Customers Say

Jacquelynne Maloney at the Tonry agency has helped us immeasurably navigating the bonding process.  She took the time to get to know us and develop a complete picture of our company, our goals and objectives, our capabilities, our needs and the history of our company.  Her knowledge of the market allowed her early on to recognize what program would work for our company.  Other bonding agencies simply asked for a copy of our financial statement, balance sheet and work on hand.  They appeared to have no interested in whether we were making cupcakes or nuclear missiles.  Jacquelynne took the time to get to know us personally.  To her we were more than just our financial statement.


Richardson Electrical Company, Inc.