Oct 10, 2017
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A 7,500-acre wind-driven vegetation fire burning in Orange County, Calif., has led to evacuation orders for more than 5,000 homes in Anaheim Hills, Orange, Orange Park Acres and Tustin. Mercury Insurance is ready to assist homeowners policyholders who have had to leave their homes or whose property has suffered fire damage. Mercury representatives are available to help with claims (http://www.mercuryinsurance.com/insurance-claims/how-to-file-insurance-claim.html), arrange for temporary housing and provide assistance with living expenses if policyholders suffer a covered loss or were forced to evacuate.
"Dry and windy conditions have caused this fire to spread rapidly and we urge people to stay out of its path," said Mercury's Chief Claims Officer Randy Petro. "Mercury is here to help our customers as quickly as possible, with our claims team available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Policyholders affected by the Canyon Fire 2 should call the Mercury Claims Hotline at (800) 503-3724 as soon as possible."
Californians can help spread this message by following @MercuryIns on Twitter and ReTweet: "Mercury policyholders impacted by the #CanyonFire2 call (800) 503-3724 to file a claim ASAP."
If a claim needs to be filed, Petro advises policyholders follow a few simple procedures to the process.
When filing a claim
Steps after filing a claim
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