Getting Started

Thank you for considering The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators website as your solution to locating an umpire to resolve a claim. The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators website process is accomplished in three easy steps.

    First make sure you reviewed the frequently asked questions and the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators Terms and Conditions.

    The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators recommends choosing an Umpire immediately after invoking the Appraisal Arbitration Clause and before any meeting between the elected appraisers who will represent either side takes place. Provide notice to either your Insurance Company (If you are the Insured Party) or your Insured (if you represent the Insurance Company). A sample notice will be supplied along with instructions upon securing the $99 administrative fee.

    

STEP ONE: Decide your payment option. (Check or PayPal) Email the auto mediator administrator to receive a PayPal invoice.     

Upon choosing and paying PayPal the $99 administrative fee you will be provided a link. that is emailed to you allowing access to the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators selection process page. The selection page is part of the process that generates a choice of two named Certified Umpires and one Certified Umpire that is identified by an ID number only. The latter is randomly selected.

    Upon arriving at the selection page: Start your selections by choosing two Umpires. Select from either
a State or Time Zone for each of the two selections.

    The computer generated program will provide you two named umpires and one IAAA/AMA umpire that is identified by an ID number only that is randomly selected.

    The administrator will email you an Umpire Selection form with both names and one Umpire identified by an ID number, along with a sample notification, instructions and a copy of The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators Terms and Conditions.

When you choose the pay by check option; Send your check for $99 via USPS to the AMA Mediators LLC, C/O the administrator of service, Box 338, Montvale, NJ 07645
     The Administrator will provide you with a link to the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators selection process page, upon receiving your check and completed Form 501.

      The administrator will provide a link via email allowing access to the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators selection proses page. The selection page is part of the process that generates a choice of two named Certified Umpires and one Certified Umpires that is identified by an ID number only. The latter is randomly selected.

      Upon arriving at the selection page: Start your selections by choosing two Umpires. Select from either
a State or Time Zone for each of the two selections.

    The administrator will email you an Umpire Selection form with both names and one Umpire identified by an ID number, along with a sample notification, instructions and a copy of The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators Terms and Conditions.  

The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators website may also include the name of an umpire that is best suited under certain circumstances, so please indicate the purpose of the invocation of your appraisal clause.

        Note: Policy holders and insurance company officials who have initiated the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators process should forward the information to their designated appraisers who will represent them in the Appraisal Clause/Arbitration Hearing.

     STEP TWO:To start the second step of the process requires each designated appraiser to submit a check for $300.00 to AMA Mediators, LLC. Both parties must sign the Umpire selection form that stipulates the Umpire who resides over their Appraisal Clause hearing. The agreement also proclaims that they have the authority to select the Umpire that they have read, understood and agreed to the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators Terms and Conditions. 

The Auto Insurance Claims Mediators website recommends choosing an Umpire after invoking the Appraisal/Arbitration Clause and before any meeting between the elected appraisers who will represent you takes place.

However, submitting the Umpire/Arbitrator form and umpire payment should be made after allowing an ample cooling down period of up to 30 days after a failed attempt to resolve the issue by the assigned designated appraisers.

STEP THREE: The Policyholder or Insurance Company designated appraisers will be contacted by the Umpire who will preside over their hearing as per the Auto Insurance Claims Mediators Terms and Conditions..  



Adminstrator's Email: automediator@msn.com
 
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