Personal Insurance (Home, Auto, Flood)
To file a claim, contact HUB Dallas office at 214-855-5600 or contact your insurance company directly: Personal Insurance Carrier Contacts
Commercial Insurance Claims (Property, Auto, Flood, Other)
Commercial Insurance Carrier Contacts.
Commercial Insurance Claims: 214-979-6200
Personal Insurance Claims: 214-855-5600
For a certificate request email:
HUB Dallas: firstname.lastname@example.org
HUB Fort Worth: email@example.com
HUB Houston: firstname.lastname@example.org
Claims Fax - Personal Lines: 504-836-7903
Claims Fax - Baton Rouge: 225-218-2402
HUB offices are open to help you:
214-979-6200 - Commercial Insurance Claims and Questions
214-855-5600 - Personal Insurance Claims and Questions
HUB Hurricane Harvey Analysis: A detailed analysis from HUB’s Risk Services team on the path of destruction and forecasts.
Commercial Damage Assessment: Assessment of on-site damage sets the tone for the response operation and drives the recovery process, detailing the extent and location of damages. Proper documentation can speed up the claims process.
Establishing Security After a Natural Disaster: Coordinating security on-site, post-disaster will maintain privacy, secure data and avoid scams during recovery.
Minimizing Business Interruption: Minimize business interruptions and resume normal operations in a timely manner post-hurricane with these tips.
Best Practices for Navigating the Claim’s Process: The claims process can be confusing. Understand the parties involved, and learn how to expertly navigate claims before, during and after a loss.
Considering Property Abandonment: All insurance policies contain a Statutory Condition that addresses abandonment. Make sure you understand this condition before walking away.
Recovery Considerations: Eventually life will return to normal and you’ll need to consider how to resume operations, clean up and salvage, and support employees
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Storm Tracking Links:
National Hurricane Center Tropical Prediction Center, NOAA: Track active tropical systems, view weather outlooks and predictions.
Real-Time Global Tropical Cyclone Activity: Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project’s real-time tropical cyclone statistics.
Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA: FEMA coordinates the government’s financial and physical relief efforts for any national disaster.