Get Your ComEd Power Outage Claim Form Completed Quickly and Conveniently

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Get the Maximum Compensation From Your ComEd Power Outage Claim Form

Power outages can damage your appliances and spoil food or medicine that must be chilled. If a ComEd outage caused you damage or injury, claim compensation from your ComEd power outage claim form.

Filling out the form can be frustrating, and it can take time for ComEd to respond to your request. DoNotPay can help you fill out your for the highest compensation possible.

How to Check and Report a ComEd Power Outage

Report Your Outage Online

When your Commonwealth Edison power goes out, you can check for outages and report your power outage quickly online. You can use the following links to report and check for outages:

The storm center has all the resources you need to check for outages in your area and report them. You can also use the direct links to the outage map or report an outage page. If your power is out, you likely also have an internet outage. If you cannot access your web browser, you can also use a landline phone or smartphone to report the outage.

Check and report ComEd outage by phoneIf you cannot reach the ComEd website to check and report outages, you can also dial ComEd for help. Call 1-800-EDISON-1 or 1-800-334-7661 to request the status of your outage or report an outage in your area. Reporting an outage will help ComEd identify your situation and send a team to restore the power faster.

You can also sign up for power outage alerts by text message. Text "ADD OUTAGE" to 266-33 to begin receiving alerts for your area.

Check social mediaIf social media is the most convenient method for you to check ComEd outages in your area, follow ComEd on Facebook or @ComEd on Twitter.

Now that you have confirmed your outage was due to ComEd, you can wait for power to be restored and assess any claimable damage caused by the power outage. Common issues are food spoilage or an appliance that suddenly stopped working. If you have any damages, you can fill out a for reimbursement.

Tips to Fill Out Your ComEd Power Outage Claim Form

Claiming your reimbursement or compensation from ComEd can be frustrating. You'll need to fill out a form complete with an itemized list and receipts or invoices for the replacement or repairs. The following steps will help you claim your ComEd power outage compensation:

  1. Print out your power outage claim form from ComEd.
  2. Fill out the form and complete the itemized list of damages.
  3. Attach a copy of the following supporting evidence.
  • An estimate from two different repair shops for vehicle damage
  • Receipts for spoiled food
  • Repair bills or invoices for damaged equipment
  1. Email the claim form and your supporting evidence to or mail the documents to:
  • Commonwealth Edison, Company Claims Department, P.O. Box 5520, Villa Park, IL 60181-4906

There is no guarantee that ComEd will reimburse you fully or at all. ComEd will not compensate customers with damaged equipment or food spoilage due to a storm or forces outside ComEd's control. DoNotPay helps users get the maximum compensation for damages incurred during a power outage from our convenient website or mobile app.

Claim the Reimbursement You're Entitled to From a ComEd Power Outage With DoNotPay

Determining if you are eligible for compensation using a ComEd power outage claim form can be difficult. Providing supporting evidence is also frustrating. You'll need to collect the receipts, estimates, or invoices necessary to prove the damage. Even if you suffered a significant loss, there is no guarantee ComEd will reimburse you.

DoNotPay is the world's first AI Consumer Champion. We can help you complete your ComEd power outage claim form quickly and conveniently. DoNotPay helps you get the maximum compensation for ComEd power outage damages.

DoNotPay can also help you if the loss is not covered in the ComEd claim form such as:

  • Personal injury from lost wages
  • Broken appliances
  • Food and medicine spoilage
  • Cable and internet bills

How to Get Compensation for an Outage Using DoNotPay:

If you want to get compensation for an outage but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 9 easy steps:

  1. Go to the Outage Refunds product on DoNotPay.

  2. Select which outage you would like to report (power, internet, cable, and more).

  3. Select your energy provider and enter your account number.

  4. Indicate when the outage started and how long it lasted.

  5. Verify your account information.

  6. If you want to be reimbursed for losses related to a power outage, choose whether you want to be reimbursed for personal injuries, damaged property, or both.

  7. Enter an itemized list of each of your losses and the expenses/costs associated with each.

  8. Upload documents or photographic evidence that proves your losses. Also add the names of any witnesses who can attest to your losses if possible.

  9. Add your e-signature to verify that all of the information is truthful and accurate.

Why Use DoNotPay to Solve Your Outage Problems?

DoNotPay makes filing your power outage claim convenient and fast. We help you get compensation for any interruptions to your life during the power outage. Here are some of the companies we can help you claim compensation from:

DoNotPay can help you get the reimbursement you deserve. Try our AI Consumer Champion and solve your problems today.

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