Liberty Mutual is pretty good at paying claims, as it scored 870 out of 1,000 in J.D. Power’s most recent U.S. Auto Claims Satisfaction Study. The average car insurance company received a score of 873 out of 1,000 points in the study.
How Liberty Mutual’s Claims Process Compares to Competitors
Source: J.D. Power Claims Satisfaction Survey, 2022
It takes about 30 days, on average, for an insurer to pay out a claim, but this may vary depending on the circumstances. To ensure that your claim is handled as quickly as possible, be responsive and detailed when answering any questions your insurance company might have. If your claim is taking too long, you can contact your insurer directly or go to your state’s insurance regulator for help.
Liberty Mutual does not have a set time limit for filing claims and will consider a claim even if it is filed months or years after the incident occurred. However, Liberty Mutual is more likely to deny a claim if the delay was unreasonable or if it compromised their ability to investigate.
Your Liberty Mutual car insurance policy likely requires you to report an accident “promptly” or “as soon as possible”. But even though you have...
It usually takes 30 days for insurance to pay out after a car accident. Most car insurance companies try to resolve accident claims as quickly as possible, which typically leads to a payout within a month of a claim being filed. However, it might take longer depending on several factors, including the state, the type of claim being filed, and the severity of damage or injuries.
Some states have specific laws dictating how long...
You could have as little as 30 days to file a car insurance claim, or you could have months or even two to three years. Your policy probably states that you should report an accident or possible claim right away, but reporting an accident is different than filing a claim. After “promptly” reporting, you’ll have some time to file the official claim. Check your policy or contact your insurer directly for exact deadlines.
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