Insurance

Did You Know This Fact About the Claims Process?

DID YOU KNOW
Did you know you can keep your insurance claim open as long as you need to?
In the case of a house fire, for example, it might benefit you to not close the claim for a few months, in case you remember something later that skipped your mind during the stress of the incident.

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