Personal Lines Claims Reporting

 

Reporting Insurance Claims

To report personal claims during Kinney Pike’s regular business hours (8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday), call 800-296-5722 or your local office listed below to report a claim:

Rutland: 802-775-2311
White River Junction: 802-295-3329
Williston: 802-878-1600
Randolph: 802-728-4434
St. Johnsbury: 802-748-1010
Poultney: 802-287-9881
Swanton: 802-868-4353

 

To report a claim after regular business hours, see Contact Information for 24-hour Claims Service.

 

If you are in need of immediate assistance, consult our Emergency Services page.

Your insurance company will advise you what to do and will assign an insurance adjuster to you. The claims professionals at Kinney Pike will follow up with you to resolve your claim promptly, and act as an advocate on your behalf with your insurance company.

 

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