File a South Carolina Injury Claim with State Farm Online
Founded in 1922, State Farm operates as a mutual insurance company, which means its policyholders own it, and is the second-largest auto insurance company in the U.S. and controls just under 14% of the market. The company currently employs approximately 53,000 employees and has nearly 19,000 agents.
Among the largest widely available car insurers on this list, State Farm offers the cheapest car insurance rates in most of the U.S. and has $ $42.5 billion in premiums written.
Like most insurance companies, State Farm offers online claim filings for their policyholders. If you have been injured in a vehicle collision, or on another person’s property, you can begin your claim online.
How Can I File a South Carolina Accident and Injury Claim with State Farm?
- Auto accidents.
- Home and property insurance claim.
- Boat and watercraft insurance claim.
- Motorcycle accidents.
- Off-road vehicle accidents.
- Motorhome accidents.
- Camper/travel trailer accidents.
- Liability insurance claims.
- Weather or catastrophe insurance claim.
- Business insurance claim.
You will need to provide:
- State Farm policyholder’s name.
- State Farm policy number.
- Date of the incident.
- Who was involved in the incident.
A State Farm claims professional will review your report and start the claims process. If you have any questions after completing your claims report, you can view your claim online or to speak to a claims professional, call 803-548-2468.
Whether you are the injured party, or if you are pursuing your insurance policy because of an auto accident or premises liability claim where another person was injured or lost their life, our David W. Martin Accident & Injury Lawyers in South Carolina can take the lead in pursuing your or the at-fault party’s State Farm insurance coverage for your full financial recovery.
Contact our skilled South Carolina personal injury attorneys today by calling 803-548-2468 or request a consultation online to discuss your case, so you do not have to face your or the liable party’s insurance company alone.