Hurricane Dorian – Updated Sept 6th, 2019 – 1pm via Weather Underground
Everyone at Jackson Sumner & Associates is hoping for the best outcome to Hurricane Dorian. Currently, JSA is shut down for any property coastal and most of the states (GA, SC, Most NC and Some VA). It can be a stressful time for insured, agents, and companies. But remember, this is also when you see the insurance industry do what we do best–rebuild homes and businesses, help families and communities repair damage, and give peace-of-mind to those at risk.
We at JSA stand ready to assist you if any of your clients with insurance coverage placed through JSA have experienced losses. You can click the links below to complete applicable claim forms, report claim details, or upload other claim-related documents. If at any time you need assistance during the adjustment of a claim, please contact our Claims Manager, Jamie Livingston, 800-342-5572, or email@example.com.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (email for new claims)
Report a claim: https://www.global-indemnity.com/gbli/claims
Phone: 800-456-8458 – option 2
By email directly to JSA only
Please refer to your policy for specific claim reporting requirements. To expedite this process, please have the following information ready:
– Your policy number
– Date, time and location of the loss/accident
– Details of the loss/accident
– Name, address and phone number of any involved parties
– If applicable, name of law enforcement agency or fire department, along with the incident number
Phone: 800-423-7675 option 1 to report a claim
Phone: 866-459-1349 Option “2”
With any of the above carriers, it helps to generally have the following information at the ready to expedite the process. Please refer to your policy for specific claim reporting requirements.
- Your policy number
- Date, time and location of the loss/accident
- Details of the loss/accident
- Name, address and phone number of any involved parties
- If applicable, name of law enforcement agency or fire department, along with the incident number
Once again, we in the insurance industry have the chance to demonstrate our value to our communities and to our economy. Together, we will recover from these tremendous natural disasters and emerge even stronger.
Click on the links below for resources and information: