File a South Carolina Injury Claim with USAA Online
USAA was founded in San Antonio in 1922 by 25 Army officers who decided to insure each other’s vehicles. Today, the company serves millions of members associated with the U.S. military, including current and former service members, family members of service members, and cadets or midshipmen.
Coverage from USAA is only available if you have served in the U.S. military or if your spouse or parent has had insurance from USAA at some point in their life, and currently has $15.7 billion in premiums written.
Like most insurance companies, USAA 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 USAA?
If you would like to file a personal insurance claim with USAA in South Carolina, you can choose from the following links — based on the type of accident — the claims process begins with a few questions, including whether you are filing a claim involving your auto or home.
You will need your USAA login information, and:
- Policyholder’s name.
- Policy number.
- Date of the incident.
- Who was involved in the incident.
A USAA 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 USAA 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.