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If you have suffered a loss due to the reckless behavior of another driver, you may be in for a strenuous fight with an insurance company. You might be worried about trusting an insurance provider, and you may not understand your rights. It is right for you to worry. An insurance company has a financial interest, and so do you, which makes them have an expected conflict. Your provider wants a minimum payout, while you want a maximum. You need professional assistance right now to win this fight.

About Chubb Ltd.

Chubb was founded in the year 1882 in New York City by Thomas Caldecot Chubb and his son Percy. In the year 1967, it was incorporated, and in 1984 it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The Chubb Corporation was acquired in 2016 by ACE Limited. Today, it is operated in fifty-four countries, providing personal and commercial and casualty insurance, life insurance, reinsurance, and personal accident and supplemental health insurance.

Chubb Ltd allows claims to be reported online. Also, claims can be filed for New and Legacy Chubb policies by Email for Financial Lines [email protected], by fax for Financial Lines 1-855-842-1349 or Workers Compensation 1-800-884-3946. They can be filed by phone as well as 1-800-CLAIMS-0 (1-800-258-4670).

For New and Legacy ACE policies, call 1-800-433-0385, or after hours at 1-800-523-9254.

What Should I Do After an Accident?

First, if you or an employee is in an accident, call 911 immediately to ensure all individuals receive the proper medical attention, even if no injuries are detected. Many times, injuries do not show until the next day or later from a crash. The authorities will collect information, but you need to gather some as well. Things like the name, address, license plate number, and insurance provider and policy number from the other driver.

Dealing with the many aspects following an accident can be grueling. Allow an experienced accident attorney to assist you. They can ensure your rights are protected and that you receive the maximum compensation allowed.

For more information regarding your commercial auto insurance claim, contact us here at Cueria Law Firm, LLC, today.

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