Online Claims Form

Using your insurance policy documents, fill out the form below and click submit. Upon receipt of this claim report, we will assign a Claims Specialist to you. If you are having difficulty filling out this form, contact your insurance broker for hands-on assistance.

Locate a Broker

Once you have completed and submitted the form, one of our Claims Specialists will contact you. If you require immediate assistance, give us a call at one of our toll free numbers.

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  • Include Cause of Loss and Extent of Damage
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, pdf, doc, txt, png, gif, Max. file size: 10 MB.
    Attach any files relevant to your claim, for example: Invoices, photos, other documents.

Make a Claim

Once you submit a claim, we assign a Claims Specialist to help guide you through the claims process, ensuring that your claim meets your policy requirements and that you understand what’s needed from you.

When you have your insurance with Red River Mutual, you have the peace of mind knowing that if you have to make a claim, we will help you to get back to where you were before the loss as quickly as possible.

Choose any of the following to make a claim:

  • Contact your insurance broker directly
  • Complete our online claims form
  • Phone our head office at 1-800-370-2888
  • Email the Claims Department at Red River Mutual



Our Commitment to You

When you experience a loss, our goal is to help you get your life back to normal as quickly and smoothly as possible. We know that you want someone available to guide you through the claims process, someone who will be honest with you, support you, and understand that insurance can only replace the tangible items in a loss. Our Claims Specialists are here to do just that.

This is what you can expect from Red River Mutual when you suffer a loss:

  • A rapid response from a skilled Claims Specialist
  • A clear overview of the claims process
  • Regular communication until the claim is complete
  • An equitable outcome


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