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Claims Help In Vermont.

Allstate's National Catastrophe Team (NCT) is prepared to act when disaster happens in Vermont. With more than 900 full-time members and a fleet of mobile claims centers, the NCT will travel to damaged or affected areas in your community.

Call 1-800-54-STORM (1-800-547-8676) to access 24/7 catastrophe claims service.

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You can call 1-800-359-1000 to report a commercial property claim. To report a flood claim, call 1-800-54-STORM, contact your agent or start your claim online.


Get Help From The NCT And Mobile Claims Centers.

After a severe weather event happens in Vermont, a mobile claims center can give you the chance to meet with members of the NCT. The team can help you report a claim, answer questions and may be able to help provide additional living expenses on covered losses.

Learn more about the NCT


Dealing With The Aftermath Of A Disaster.

When severe weather impacts your community it can be very stressful. Understanding the steps in the disaster claims process can help you ease stress and begin picking up the pieces.

Explore your options after a loss


Mobile claims center.

Get Answers To Your Disaster Claims Questions.

Need help navigating the disaster claims process? We can help. Allstate not only offers guidance and support, but you can also scan our frequently asked questions to find the answers you need.

Browse the disaster claim FAQ


Be Ready If Disaster Strikes.

When a severe weather event impacts your community, being prepared can help you know how to respond. You can get disaster prep information from many helpful organizations. You can also look to Allstate's tools and resources, like the Emergency Preparedness articles, to learn more. Explore the links below for even more helpful information:

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