Hurricane Florence: We Are Here To Help!
Please continue to monitor local information. When it is safe to do so, make (or have a contractor make) temporary repairs to prevent further damage to your home or property. Save receipts if you purchase items such as tarps, plywood or other repair supplies. Take photos/videos of damage for claim documentation.
To get the claims process started, you can file your claim online, call 1-800-SFCLAIM (800-732-5246) or contact your State Farm agent.
The State Farm Weather and Catastrophe Team is being dispatched to the hardest hit areas. Click the image to learn more about the capabilities of this industry-leading response unit.
In The News:
- Forbes: FAA OKs Long-Range Drone Flights Over Populated Areas By State Farm To Assess Florence Damage (9/19/18)
WYFF-Greenville, SC: Flood Insurance on the Rise After Florence (9/18/18)
NBC29-Charlottesville: State Farm Mobile Center Readying to Roll Out of Albemarle County Office (09/14/18)
Weather Channel: Florence coverage, Jake from State Farm dog (09/13/18)
WUSA-Washington, DC: What's the difference between water coverage and flood coverage? (09/11/18)
Bloomington Pantagraph: State Farm: 'Ready to respond' to Hurricane Florence (09/12/18)
WCCB-Charlotte: State Farm Insurance Not Making Policy Changes In Light Of Hurricane Florence (09/11/18)
The Weather Channel: What to do before and after a hurricane (09/11/18)
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