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Law FAQ

24 10, 2022

Once a claim has been filed, what happens next?

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After receipt of your claim, the Office of Risk Management will forward your claim to our third-party administrator, Qual-lynx, for processing and investigation. Once the claim is processed and investigated, Qual-lynx will contact you via mail to inform you of their findings. If a representative has not contacted you within thirty (30) days, please call 609-653-8400.

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24 10, 2022

How do I file a claim with the City of Camden?

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If you wish to file a claim against the City of Camden, you must complete a property damage, or personal injury claims form within 90 days of the incident. Claim forms can be found under the Important Forms section.  You must include the following information:  Date, time, and location of the incident; description of what occurred; type of damage(s) or nature of the injury; copies of invoices, receipts, and estimates; and any additional documentation supporting your claim (i.e., photos, diagrams, statements, police report, etc.), full mailing address and daytime telephone number. You may mail or fax the documents to:   City [...]

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24 10, 2022

Does the City Attorney advise private citizens on legal matters?

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No. The City Attorney cannot provide legal advice to private citizens on personal legal matters. The following organizations may be helpful to citizens seeking legal assistance: South Jersey Legal Services (856) 964-2010, Camden County Bar Association 856-482-0620

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Mayor Victor Carstarphen

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520 Market St, Camden, NJ 08101

Phone: 856-757-7000

Web: https://www.ci.camden.nj.us

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