Many thanks Léna, I have been very pleased with the response from yourself and Générali to my pro…
Robert, Dept Burgundy
« I have been with Léna and Generali since I arrived in France 6 years ago and I can say in all h…
Wendy, France
Bonjour Gordon, Truly excellent service…… Merci mille fois,
Paul, Dept 16, Charente
Hello Lena, This is extremely kind of you. Above and beyond the call of duty as we say en Angleterr…
Tim, Hampshire, UK
Thank you very much for helping us and making the whole process of insuring the car very easy and wi…
Andrew, Dubaï and Var (83)
Hello, First of all, thank you so much for your help yesterday. I got my posh new car, and a fre…
Carol, Dept 56, Morbihan
Thank you for the information regarding suspension of the van insurance. Also thank you for the prom…
David M, Dept 24, Dordogne
I enclose our revised « home insurance policy » duly signed by rodney and me. Also enclosed is o…
Linda, Newtownards, Northern Ireland
Please can I take the opportunity to thank you for your help today and the exceptional speed in whic…
Richard, Dept 17, Charente-Maritime
Friendly, English speaking service. Very efficient and good price.
John, Dept 11, Aude

CAR INSURANCE CLAIMS/ FREE European Accident Statement (constat amiable)

WHAT TO DO AT THE SCENE OF THE ACCIDENT :

Don’t get angry, be polite, keep calm ! Wear your reflective jacket and secure the accident with the warning triangle.

Since 1996, we have assisted English speakers throughout France following accidents. The correct completion of the ‘constat amiable’ is of primary importance, it should be kept in your car together with your green card (attestation d’assurance).

Now to help you, download here the FREE bilingual French-English version of the European Accident Statement :
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  • Note the information/identity about the adverse party mentioned on the green card: Name, address, insurance company, policy number, registration number…
  • Note the identity and address of the potential witnesses.
  • Read carefully the form before filling in the sections. Then put a cross in each of the boxes relevant to the circumstances of the accident. Do not forget to indicate the number of boxes you ticked at the bottom of the column.
  • Feel free to complete the box ‘Observations’ to help your Insurer understand the circumstances.
  • Draw a plan of the accident at the time of impact.
  • Sign the report when you are sure that you understand the situation and agree to the description made.

Contact the police :

  • in case of an hit and run offence
  • in case of injuries
  • in case of alcohol

EUROP ASSISTANCE

In case of emergency (accident/breakdown) please call 24h a day 7 days a week

Tel within France 01 41 85 84 83

Tel from abroad +33 1 41 85 84 83

Please quote your policy number or your car registration number when you call.

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