Homeowners Loss Checklist
Contact emergency personnel
- If your home has been damaged by fire, it's important to contact the local fire department to inspect your home to ensure it is safe to enter.
- Flooded basements or significant damage to your home's electrical system can pose an electrocution hazard. The fire department can shut off the main power supply until the damage can be inspected by a professional.
- If your home has been vandalized, burglarized, or otherwise damaged by someone else, you should immediately contact the local police department and report the incident.
Prevent further damages
- If your loss required emergency services to prevent further damage from occurring, call Amica immediately to report the claim.
Keep a record of temporary repairs
- You may incur expenses while completing temporary repairs to prevent further damage. It's important to keep an accurate record of these expenses for reimbursement by Amica.
- Temporary repairs do not include permanent repairs for loss-related damage. It's important to allow an Amica representative to inspect damages and authorize repairs prior to the work being completed.
Contact Amica promptly