The Hartford’s phone number is (877) 896-9320 for Customer Service, and customer service representatives are available Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 9 PM, and Saturday, 8 AM to 6 PM ET. You can also contact The Hartford by logging in to your Hartford account online, visiting a local agent, or faxing a written request.
How to Contact The Hartford
Call (877) 896-9320 to speak with a customer service representative
Go to The Hartford’s website and use the chat function
Mail your request to The Hartford at The Hartford / P.O. Box 14219 / Lexington, KY 40512
Visit a The Hartford agent in person if there is one nearby
Exactly what you’re looking to do will determine the best way to contact The Hartford. For instance, to file a claim, you can file online, over the phone, or through The Hartford's mobile app. However, to cancel your policy with The Hartford, you will most likely need to call (877) 896-9320.
The Hartford 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, The Hartford is more likely to deny a claim if the delay was unreasonable or if it compromised their ability to investigate.… read full answer
The Hartford likely requires you to report an accident “promptly” or “as soon as possible”. But even though you have to immediately report the accident, that does not mean you have to immediately file a claim. In fact, you can wait 1-10 years to file a claim, depending on your state’s laws and the type of claim you need to file.
It’s important to keep in mind that the longer you wait to file a claim, the more difficult it will be for your insurance company to investigate and approve it. Filing a claim as soon as possible helps to ensure that everyone remembers the details of the accident and the evidence is still intact, so your claim is less likely to be challenged.
The Hartford allows you to file a claim online, over the phone, or through the mobile app. If you have any questions, you can call customer service at 1-800-423-6789.
No, you cannot cancel your The Hartford insurance policy online because The Hartford requires all policies to be canceled over the phone, by mail or in person. The Hartford insurance policies can be canceled at any time, with no cancellation fee.
To cancel your The Hartford policy, prepare the necessary details including your name, address, Social Security number, policy number, and driver’s license number. You may be asked to provide your new policy information if you are switching insurers.
2. Determine When Your Policy Should End
If you are switching insurers, it is best to have a small overlap between your old policy and your new one to avoid having a lapse in coverage. If you are selling your car, make sure your policy does not end before your car is sold.
3. Contact Your Insurer
The easiest way to contact The Hartford is to call them at 1-877-896-9320 and cancel your policy with a representative over the phone. Other ways to contact The Hartford include visiting your local Hartford office in-person or mailing a cancellation letter to: The Hartford Personal Lines / The Hartford / PO Box 14219 / Lexington, KY 40512.
4. Confirm Cancellation
You should receive confirmation of your policy being canceled by mail or email. If you do not receive confirmation by the date agreed upon for the policy to end, contact The Hartford to verify cancellation.
Yes, AAA offers roadside assistance starting at $29+ per month. AAA roadside assistance provides coverage for things like jump-starting, fuel delivery, lock-out assistance, and tire changes, up to 4 rescues per year. To get immediate roadside assistance help, AAA members can request service online, through the AAA mobile app, or by calling … read full answer800-AAA-HELP (800-222-4357).
AAA offers a AAA Classic, AAA Plus, and AAA Premier plan. AAA Classic is the cheapest and offers the least amount of coverage, while AAA Premier is the most expensive and offers the most coverage.
What AAA’s Basic Roadside Assistance Covers
Trip interruption reimbursement
Legal defense reimbursement
AAA Roadside Assistance Plans
AAA Plan 1
AAA Plan 2
AAA Plan 3
Up to 200 miles
One service vehicle and one driver
Up to two service vehicles and two drivers
Up to two service vehicles and two drivers
Tire Change, Jumpstart, Fuel Delivery
The exact cost of roadside assistance from AAA will depend on where you live, what type of car you drive, and other factors.
It’s also important to note that coverage is subject to any other details stated in your policy. That could mean service charges for certain roadside events, like being towed over a certain number of miles or to specific garages.
To purchase roadside assistance from AAA, call your regional AAA club to speak with a customer service representative.
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