McSweeney & Ricci Offices Closed for Presidents Day

Presidents Day Holiday Office Closure

All McSweeney & Ricci Insurance offices will be closed on Monday, February 18th in observance of the Presidents Day holiday.

All offices will reopen with regular business hours on Tuesday, February 19th.

If you need to report a loss, or have an emergency claim need, call our main number and dial “1” and our answering service will contact us to assist you.

Have a safe and happy Presidents Day!

 

With offices in Braintree, Marshfield and Cohasset, Massachusetts, McSweeney & Ricci offers affordable and convenient insurance solutions to individuals and businesses across the South Shore of Massachusetts and throughout New England. For competitive rates on homeowners insurance, auto insurance, business insurance and the extraordinary service you deserve, contact us today.

 

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