Whether you have a windshield claim or any other auto glass claim, helping you with your insurance claim is part of our promise to make safe windshield replacement or repairs as convenient as possible. Maxx Glass has partnered with all major automobile insurance companies. This allows us to facilitate your auto glass replacement or repair claim. Our established relationships minimize the time you have to wait to have your auto glass replacement completed. Our goal is to simplify your auto glass replacement experience. If you have any questions about filing a claim for your auto glass service, please call us today at 800-632-7152, a representative will be happy to answer any of your questions and guide you through the process.
Will all insurance companies waive the deductible if a windshield is repaired rather than replaced?
Many insurance companies cover the cost of auto glass repairs. Maxx Glass representatives are highly educated in this area and will be happy to help you with your questions regarding insurance coverage. However, if you do have a deductible, you will be responsible for paying the amount of your deductible at the time of installation and your insurance company will be billed for the remaining amount of the service.
Do I need to contact my agent or insurance company before I contact Maxx Glass?
No, we are experts at verifying coverage, filing the claim and handling all the paperwork. Our claims processing system allows us to streamline your auto glass replacement claim. We have established relationships with all major insurance companies, and can expedite your claim and set up your appointment with just one phone call.
What if I only have liability coverage?
Because liability insurance only provides coverage for damages to another vehicle, auto glass replacement is generally not covered under your liability policy. However, we can provide you a free quote and offer solutions to fit your auto glass needs.
Will filing an auto glass claim have a negative effect my insurance policy?
Auto glass replacement falls under your comprehensive portion of your insurance policy rather than the collision category. Insurance companies will not count auto glass damage as a claim on your policy. Your insurance premiums will not be raised and you get free auto glass replacement.