Database Segments

With data on casualty, property, and vehicle claims, ISO ClaimSearch® is the insurance industry's most comprehensive resource for claims professionals. The ISO ClaimSearch database contains information from the former Property Insurance Loss Register (PILR) and Index System (bodily-injury claims), as well as the vehicle information databases formerly administered by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

Now, all those claims are part of a single database that lets you search all lines of business and all types of claims simultaneously submitting hundreds of thousands of claims daily.

The ISO ClaimSearch database has three major segments — casualty, property, and auto. Each segment contains comprehensive information on claims submitted by hundreds of insurers and other users.

Here's what you'll find in each segment:


  • workers' compensation
  • auto liability
  • medical payments
  • personal injury protection
  • auto medical payments
  • homeowners liability
  • general liability
  • disability
  • medical malpractice
  • personal injury
  • employment practices liability
  • directors and officers liability
  • errors and omissions


  • homeowners
  • farmowners
  • fire
  • allied lines
  • commercial multiperil
  • ocean marine
  • inland marine
  • burglary and theft
  • credit
  • livestock
  • fidelity and surety


  • vehicle theft claims
  • salvage
  • impound records
  • rental vehicles
  • vehicle reports
  • Vehicle Claims System (VCS)
  • international salvage and thefts
  • auto physical damage

Insurance companies and other users can participate in one or more segments of the ISO ClaimSearch system. When you submit a claim — or when you request a special query — the system searches across all segments for which you participate.

To learn more . . .

. . . about ISO ClaimSearch, return to the menu. Participation in ISO ClaimSearch is open to insurers, self-insured organizations, and claims administrators. To find out how your company or organization can participate, call us at 1-800-888-4476. Or send e-mail to And for other information or services, refer to the ISO ClaimSearch Service Directory.