Allstate Assisting Larimer County Homeowners Affected by High Park Fire
Allstate Brings Mobile Claims Center to High Park Fire Evacuation Center
Allstate has set up a Mobile Claims Center to help residents affected by the High Park Fire.
This self-contained mobile claims office is equipped with a generator, satellite technology and high-speed internet connectivity so Allstate's National Catastrophe Team can provide policyholders with claim support in areas affected by the fire.
By visiting a Mobile Claims Center, Allstate customers will be able to start the claims process and ask questions about their claim. The current Allstate Mobile Claims Center location as of June 11 is as follows:
The Budweiser Event Center located at The Ranch
5290 Arena Circle
Hours of operation for the Mobile Claims Center in Loveland, CO is Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The location of this unit is subject to change depending on the path of the wildfire. For updates visit www.allstate.com/catastrophe/Mobile-Response-Units.aspx.
Allstate policyholders whose homes or automobiles have been damaged or destroyed by the recent wildfire can also contact Allstate by calling 1-800-54-STORM or logging onto Allstate.com.
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