claim translation service brochure MK16O

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claim translation service brochure MK16O
Asia – continued
Burmese
Hmong
Indonesian
Japanese
Khmer (Cambodian)
Europe
Albanian
Armenian
Basque
Bosnian
Bulgarian
Croatian
Korean
Czech
Laotian
Danish
Malay
Dutch
Mien
Estonian
Mongolian
Finnish
Thai
French
Europe – continued
Pacific Islands
Icelandic
Fijian
Italian
Ilocano
Lithuanian
Indonesian
Macedonian
Malay
Norwegian
Marshallese
Polish
Samoan
Portuguese
Tagalog
Romanian
Tongan
Russian
Serbian
North America, South America, and
Caribbean
Slovak
French
Spanish
Haitian Creole
Swedish
Portuguese
Ukranian
Spanish
Vietnamese
German
Greek
Hungarian
Yiddish
claim translation
service
no matter what
language you speak,
we speak it too
Involved in a claim and English isn’t your first
language? We now offer over-the-phone translation
services to help you explain the details of your claim.
This service is free for ICBC claims customers and is
available in over 170 languages.
Here’s how it works:
Meet with your adjuster at the claim centre or over the
phone through Dial-a-Claim.
If you’re unable to communicate clearly in English, we
• will call an interpreter,
• within a few minutes, someone will be able
to translate for you in your own language.
India, Pakistan, and Southwest Asia
Africa – continued
Middle East
Bengali
Dinka
Arabic
French
Armenian
Gujarati
Hindi
Hausa
Azerbaijani
Italian
Dari
Nuer
Farsi
Punjabi
Oromo
Hebrew
Sinhalese
Portuguese
Kurdish
Tamil
Portuguese Creole
Pashto
Somali
Turkish
Malayalam
Nepali
more information
Talk to your adjuster or visit our website:
icbc.com/claims
ICBC 24/7 Dial-a-Claim service:
Vancouver and Lower Mainland: 604-520-8222
Anywhere in Canada or the U.S.:
toll-free 1-800-910-4222
Telugu
Swahili
Urdu
Tigrinya
Asia
China
Africa
Wolof
Cantonese
Acholi
Yoruba
Amharic
Chaochow
Fukienese
Mandarin
Arabic
Shanghai
Taiwanese
Statement of Limitation
The information in this publication is intended to provide general
information only and is not intended to provide legal or professional
advice. We have used plain language to summarize some of the
terms of the policy that is the topic of this publication or help
readers understand some of the laws affecting the topic of this
publication at the date it was written. You should follow the more
detailed wording and requirements of current applicable statutes
and regulations or policy, even if they contradict the wording and
requirements set out in this publication.
Toishanese
MK160 (062010)

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