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Some claims (collision, theft and vandalism)can also be
If you've been in a crash, you want to know that your car repairs will be done right. ICBC has accredited more than 400 auto body shops throughout B.C. to ensure that you receive safe, high-quality repairs.
When you choose to go to a c.a.r. shop or c.a.r. shop VALET facility, the repairs are guaranteed for as long as you own your vehicle.
c.a.r. shop VALET facilities also help you with transportation while your vehicle is being repaired. They'll even pick you up to exchange your vehicle and return it when repairs are finished, at no extra charge.
Involved in a claim and English isn't your first language?
We offer free, over-the-phone language services to help you speak with us about your claim. Service is available in 170 languages including Cantonese, Mandarin, Punjabi, Korean, Vietnamese, Farsi, Spanish, Hindi, Russian, Polish, and French. Find out more about our Language services.
You can be connected to an interpreter when you call Dial-a-Claim (24/7) or by claim centre adjusters. We will call an interpreter and within a few minutes, someone will be able to interpret for you in your own language. Download our claims language service brochure.
Language lines in Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) and Punjabi are available to serve you better. These lines will be able to handle any claim enquiries from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.
Chinese line (Cantonese and Mandarin): 1-855-813-2121
Punjabi line: 1-866-906-6163
Translated crash cards are available in:
At ICBC, we have a responsibility to ensure your personal information is disclosed, stored and accessed in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). We take this responsibility seriously and maintain reasonable security measures to protect your privacy.
Email is a fast and convenient way to communicate information with you about your claim. However, there are some privacy risks to consider, which is why we protect your personal claims information by corresponding with you through our Secure Web Mail service.
The first time an ICBC claims representative contacts you by secure email, you will receive a system message requesting that you activate your personal webmail account by setting up a password. Once activated, you will be given immediate access to your secure email. The steps are easy and you only need to set up your account once to receive secure emails from any ICBC representative.
If you have questions about ICBC’s Secure Web Mail service, please refer to these frequently asked questions, or contact the ICBC claims representative you have been corresponding with about your claim.
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