Welcome to the Claim Centre

Car accidents and property damage can be stressful, but we don't think reporting your insurance claim should be. Whether you need to report a claim, learn more about the claim process, or find an facility service provider, we've got you covered.

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Go to the Claim Centre

Car Insurance Claim – New Online Claim Tool

If you’re involved in an accident and want to take care of it fast, file your claim online and view your coverage, deductible and liability information depending on the event that occurred. You can even book an appointment with a repair shop directly through the online process. Anytime, anywhere, at your convenience.

Property Insurance Claim

If your home is damaged, you can start the claim process right away and we’ll do everything we can to get your life back to normal fast. After you’ve reported your claim, one of our advisors will contact you as soon as possible.

Two Ways to File your Claim

  • Online through your Online Services account. Simply log in and select either home or auto insurance claim.
  • On the phone if you would like to talk to a person. Contact your State Farm® agent or call us directly at 877-659-1570.

Accident Outside of Canada?

If you're a policyholder who would like to file a claim from outside of Canada, please contact your State Farm agent or call us directly at 855-209-9549.

Life Insurance

We are committed to an efficient, organized life insurance claim process devoid of hassle and red tape because we understand the passing of a loved one creates plenty of stress on its own.

New Brunswick residents cannot use the online Report a Death form. To report a death, please contact your State Farm agent.

Report a life insurance claim

Why Us?

We have always based our business on one principle: integrity. We'll make sure you get your life back on track in case the unexpected happens.


Some conditions, exclusions and limitations may apply. The terms and conditions of the coverages described are set out in the insurance policy, which always prevails.