Hail: Foodwaz deploys a mobile expertise unit in Bayan area

So far, more than 120 damaged vehicles have already been reported to Vaudoise. This number is a preliminary indication, and given the strength of the hailstorm on June 28, 2024, the company expects to receive an additional influx of reports in the coming days.

The hailstorm that hit the Biel region on June 28, 2024 caused extensive damage to vehicles. True to its values ​​of reliability, humanism and proactivity, Vaudoise is preparing to deploy its mobile expertise system to meet customers who have suffered damage to their vehicles.

So far, more than 120 damaged vehicles have already been reported to Vaudoise. This number is a preliminary indication, and given the strength of the hailstorm on June 28, 2024, the company expects to receive an additional influx of reports in the coming days.

The mobile expertise units aim to respond quickly and simply to the needs of affected customers. “Our desire to be as close as possible to our customers leads us to look for assessment sites close to the centre of the storm and within a time frame that allows us to organise as best we can,” explains Gérard Nerny, Head of Vehicle Assessment. possible.

Policyholders who have suffered damage are invited to report their case to their agency or on the website vaudoise.ch. They can then make an appointment online to have their vehicle inspected. Customers residing in other regions or cantons can go to their usual garage to make an appointment for an assessment.

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