McSweeney & Ricci Insurance Holiday Office Hours

In celebration of the Christmas holiday, all McSweeney & Ricci offices will be closed on Monday, December 24 and will remain closed on Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25th., to allow our employees time to enjoy the holiday with family and friends. All offices will reopen with regular hours on Wednesday, December 26.

All McSweeney & Ricci offices will close at 3 PM on New Year’s Eve, Monday, December 31st and will remain closed on New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1st. Our offices will re-open for regular business hours on Wednesday, January 2nd.

If you need to report a loss, or have an emergency claim need, you may reach us by calling our main number and dialing “1” and our answering service will contact us to assist you.

We’d like to offer our sincere gratitude to our clients for their trust and loyalty throughout this year and every year! Everyone at McSweeney & Ricci Insurance would like to extend our heartfelt wishes for health and happiness this holiday season and new year!





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