How To Make An Auto Insurance Claim

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This awesome, straight-forward guide will take you step-by-step through the process of filing an auto claim. In it's few pages you'll find tips to help you navigate the claim while saving time. With a glossary of common lingo used when on the phone with insurance companies, you'll be able to know what's going on with your claim. Plus the checklists are sure to simplify this frustrating process. More

Available ebook formats: epub

About A. Ramsey

I live to write poetry. Many of my poems have to do with change, it's inescapable draw, and the lure of new things that it brings. I also attempt distill emotions and principles that we all know if only on a subconscious level. When writing poetry I have an open mind as to where a thought might go. Sometimes even the simplest things lead to fanciful journey in the mind. Using rhyme, metaphors, and familiar things I put into words the ideas or emotions hard to say.

Why did I write a claims placing process book?
My work involves facilitating the claims placing and auditing process for a major insurance company. This has put me in touch with a large variety of people who are often unprepared for the many steps in the claims process. Getting to help coach people through this, helping them be acquainted with the claim is a great success for me personally. Some miss out on the best benefits that come with being prepared to place a claim, others feel lost and frustrated.

Reviews

Review by: OceansideCo on Oct. 12, 2014 :
What an excellent guide making the filing of a car insurance claim a smoother process!

I was happy to find something about this so well-written and easy to understand. While what could be a boring and tedious task - filing a claim - was kept informative; intermittent wit and humor kept things from being dull.

Whether a brand new driver or one with thousands of miles of experience, I would recommend this as a beneficial read! I'm keeping it handy even after reading to reference the glossary and checklists.
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