Posted on 18 May 10
The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. will continue to insure homeowners, automobile, commercial insurance, individual life and group benefits customers affected by flooding in Tennessee if they are temporarily unable to make their premium payments.
Although premium bills will continue to be issued, policy cancellations due to non-payment will be temporarily suspended in the 52 designated counties in Tennessee retroactive to May 1, 2010. The grace period will extend to June 11, 2010.
"This payment relief is intended to provide Hartford policyholders with extra time to organize their affairs following the catastrophic flooding that has affected so many lives," said John Wilcox, senior vice president for personal lines at The Hartford. "We hope this temporary suspension will provide our policyholders with some relief."
For additional information, our customer service professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
• AARP auto and homeowners: (800) 423-6789.
• Agency auto and homeowners: (800) 624-5578.
• Business insurance: (866) 467-8730.
• Individual Life: (800) 243-5433.
• Group Benefits: (800) 523-2233.
For claims-related questions or for information on reporting a claim, call (800) 243-5860 or visit www.thehartford.com/heretohelp.
About The Hartford
Celebrating 200 years of helping its customers achieve what's ahead, The Hartford (NYSE: HIG) is an insurance and wealth management company. Through its unique focus on customer needs, the company serves businesses and consumers by providing the products and solutions they need to protect their assets and income from risks and manage their wealth and retirement needs. A Fortune 100 company, The Hartford is recognized widely for its service expertise and as one of the world's most ethical companies. More information on the company and its financial performance is available at www.thehartford.com.