If you’re a West Bend policyholder who’s been affected by recent flooding that resulted in significant damage, we want to address questions you may have related to your insurance coverage.
Please direct your questions about insurance claims or coverage to West Bend's Claims Department. Click here for contact information.
West Bend understands policyholders in affected areas may have difficulty paying insurance premiums during this time and will be flexible for customers living in those disaster areas. If you have questions about your policy premiums or need an extension, our Accounting Department can help you. You may contact West Bend's Accounting Department at 1-800-236-5002 between 8:00am and 4:30pm CST.
The Illinois State Insurance Department has issued a bulletin related to the flooding disaster areas. West Bend is doing its utmost to comply with these requests and directives. If you live in Illinois and would like more information, please click here.
While other states within our operating area have not issued bulletins, West Bend is aware of those disaster areas. If you're a resident of one of these states and have been affected by a disaster, West Bend will show the same respect and leniency as customers living in states in which bulletins were issued.
Disclaimer: West Bend is making every effort to intercept notices for policyholders in the affected disaster areas. We acknowledge that we may not be able to intercept every notice.
Do you own or operate a building trades contracting business? If so, West Bend could have the right insurance program for you.
We focus primarily on commercial and residential trade contractors who provide services either directly to a client or as a subcontractor working through a general contractor or construction manager, and who aren’t involved in heavy-construction operations. Trade contractors West Bend insures include electricians, plumbers, carpenters, HVAC contractors, brick and block masons, concrete masons, carpet layers, painters, insulation contractors, and excavation and land grading contractors.
West Bend may be a good fit if you exhibit obvious pride in the work performed and have been operating for at least three years with a successful history. Additionally, your business should:
To learn more about how a West Bend policy can protect your valuable business, talk to a West Bend independent insurance agent.
School bells are already, or will soon be, ringing across the country, as children return to classrooms for another year of reading, writing, math, and more. This can be a very overwhelming time for parents and kids alike, as they prepare to start the school year off right. There are so many things to do, from completing forms and purchasing school supplies to arranging transportation and ensuring children know how to stay safe.
Here are some great resources to help make sure you’ve got everything covered.
This extensive Back-to-School Checklist from schoolfamily.com covers medical requirements, school supplies, meals, transportation, preparing your children, and much more.
These Back to School Safety Tips from Protection 1 include easy-to-follow instructions for driving, biking, walking, and riding the bus to and from school, as well as playground, clothing, and school supply safety guidelines.