Even agribusinesses with the best hazard prevention, risk management solutions, and safety programs can suffer mishaps. When you experience a loss, a Nationwide agribusiness claims team will move promptly to help stop further damage or harm and to get your agribusiness up and running as quickly as possible. With more than 100 years of practical knowledge gained by serving commercial agribusiness customers like you, we know how essential it is for you to get back to business and serving your customers.
We offer five ways for you to report your commercial insurance claim:
Information you’ll need to report a commercial agribusiness claim
It’s important to file your claim immediately after a loss occurs so we can begin processing your claim. To file an agribusiness claim quickly and efficiently, please try to have the following information ready:
Policy number or insured’s name
Date and time the loss occurred
Location of the loss (city, state and county)
Names and phone numbers of persons involved
Description of the loss, including any injuries
Vehicle make, model, year and VIN (for an auto accident claim)
Back to Business Claims ServiceSM
Nationwide Back to Business Claims Service includes:
Our claims professionals provide:
A thorough understanding of your operations, employees and coverages
On-site decision-making authority to act in your best interest
Vast claims settlement experience in agribusiness and the other related markets we serve
Complete knowledge of our products
Plus, our staff is located throughout the country, very likely in an area near you. When we need to bring in outside specialists, a Nationwide claims adjuster will be your liaison and primary contact throughout the process.
Depending on your loss, the team assisting you may also include some of our on-staff engineers, agronomists or industrial hygienists.
Each claim is handled on the basis of its individual facts and circumstances, in accordance with policy language, including applicable exclusions, conditions and limitations, as well as applicable controlling law.