In an event of an accident, you can file your claim online by logging on or by calling claims emergency assistance at 1-855-964-2082.

 

Vehicle accident, no injuries

To help resolve your situation as soon as possible, make sure to:

  1. Collect as much information as you can, including:
    • The license plate of the other vehicle(s) involved
    • The other driver’s information (address, phone number, policy number)
    • The contact information of any witnesses
    • Take photographs
  2. File your claim online or call the claims emergency assistance at 1-855-964-2082 to report the accident. The claims advisor will be able to tell you what the next steps will be.
  3. Take your vehicle to be fixed. Your claim can be processed faster if you take your vehicle to one of the preferred repair shops. If you file your claim online, you can access the full list of preferred repair shops. You can even book a damage appraisal appointment online. If you call claims emergency assistance, a claims advisor can also provide you with repair shop options.

Vehicle accident, with injuries

A police report is required in the event of an accident involving injuries. Accordingly, the first thing you should do is call 911 if you are in an accident that results in injuries.

When making a claim, have the following information handy:

  • Your insurance policy number or your auto insurance certificate
  • The police report number
  • The contact information of the injured person(s) and a description of the injuries
  • The contact information of the driver, if you were a passenger
  • The contact information of the other driver involved in the accident
  • The contact information of any witnesses
  • The location where the accident occurred

Examples of situations when a police report is required

  • An accident with injuries
  • A hit-and-run accident
  • If the total damage exceeds the monetary amount set out in your province
  • If public property is damaged, e.g. a tree, pole, lamp post, road sign, etc.

Auto Glass Repair or Replacement

Your windshield is an important safety feature, so it's important to keep it in good condition. In an impact, the windshield:

  • Prevents passengers from being ejected
  • Supports the roof and stops it from being crushed in a rollover

Repair or replace?

  • If your windshield has sustained minor damage (e.g., star break or fissure smaller than a quarter), it can usually be repaired
  • If your side or rear window is damaged, it must be replaced

To fix glass breakage

If your policy includes glass breakage coverage, simply:

  1. Call a trustworthy glass repair shop to arrange for an appointment.
  2. Show your auto insurance certificate. The auto glass repair shop will contact us for payment.