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After an accident, knowing what to do next can feel overwhelming. 

Between injuries and property damage, the cost of recovery can become expensive.

Of course, if you have insurance coverage, this can help you obtain valuable compensation.

However, it is no secret that insurance companies don’t always have your best interests in mind. 

Filing a claim after you have been involved in an accident can be an extremely complicated process on its own.

But to make matters even more complicated, it can be devastating when the insurance company refuses to cover your damages with a fair settlement. That is why having an experienced attorney in your corner can be invaluable. 

If you have questions about Liberty Mutual and reporting an insurance claim, we want to help.

Our team of personal injury and auto accident lawyers has extensive experience helping accident victims get the compensation they need to recover.

Give the Fob James Law Firm a call today at 205-407-6009 or contact us online to discuss your case and see what we can do for you. 

How to File Liberty Insurance Claims

If you are involved in an accident that results in property damage or injury, you should consider contacting Liberty Mutual to report a claim. But where do you start? 

The Liberty Mutual claims department provides a variety of ways to file a claim.

You can file through their website with your login and password, through your smartphone, or by calling the Liberty Mutual claim number at 1-844-525-2467.

Liberty Mutual Insurance provides coverage for vehicles, homes, and rentals, but auto insurance claims are the most common.

Liberty insurance claims can include:

  • Personal injury claims
  • Property damage claims
  • Long-term or permanent disability claims

If you need assistance getting started, our accident attorneys would be happy to help you navigate the process. 

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What Do I Need to Provide to Liberty Mutual to File a Claim?

Like most insurance companies, Liberty Mutual’s goal is to pay out as little as possible on your claim. In fact, it will often fall on the accident victim to prove that he or she is fully entitled to collect on their insurance policy.

Thus, it is imperative to gather as much information as possible to help bolster your auto accident claim. 

Examples of information you may want to provide to Liberty Mutual to report a claim include: 

  • A formal police report
  • Medical bills
  • Photographs or videos of the accident scene
  • Contact information for other parties involved in the accident
  • Witness statements
  • Witness contact information

Since the insurance company’s goal is to pay you as little as possible, it is crucial to building a strong case for why you are entitled to collect.

An experienced accident attorney can help you identify and gather relevant evidence to use in pursuing your Liberty insurance claims. 

Our Attorneys Can Help You with Your Liberty Mutual Insurance Claim

Contacting Liberty Mutual to report an accident claim can be complicated. However, having an auto accident attorney can make the process feel more manageable. 

If you are in the process of pursuing an insurance claim with the Liberty Mutual claims office, the Fob James Law Firm is here to help.

Our attorneys can help you gather important evidence and information, negotiate with Liberty Mutual, and navigate the claims process from beginning to end.

Call 205-407-6009 or contact us online today for a free case review and begin the process toward recovery. 

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Fob James

Fob James obtained a B.S., in software engineering from Auburn University and then continued his education by getting his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law. After working for a large regional firm for several years where he obtained awards for both individual and corporate clients, Fob found that his passion was fighting for individuals who have been seriously injured or wronged by others. Fob believes that the jury is the great equalizer to the power and influence that large corporations have in society.