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Why Everyone in Your Household Must be Listed on Your Massachusetts Car Insurance

While Massachusetts drivers know they are required to have car insurance, many people have questions about their auto insurance. One of the questions our Account Managers frequently hear is, “Do other members of my household need to be listed on my car insurance?” The answer is…Yes! When applying for car insurance it’s important to disclose […]

Good News for Business Owners that continued to pay furloughed employees due to COVID-19

New Statistical Workers’ Compensation Code is Positive News for Employers Good news for business owners with furloughed employees. If your business suspended operations due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), but continued to pay employees who are at home but not working, you will not have to include the payroll paid to these employees in the calculation of […]

We’re Keeping Connected During COVID-19: Focus on Nancy Matanes

Corona Chronicles: July 8th Edition. We hope everyone enjoyed the Independence Day holiday. Hopefully, you got a little extra time off, some rest and relaxation, and at least a little taste of normalcy over the holiday weekend. As we prepare our offices for a staggered return of our staff, we are keeping connected to you […]

Massachusetts Flood Insurance: Is your Home Protected from Flood Damage?

This week in New England Mother Nature brought flash flooding, thunderstorms and torrential downpours. The severe weather even forced a partial evacuation of Norwood Hospital that left several motorists stranded. Summer storms, poor drainage systems, snow melt, neighborhood construction, and broken water mains can all cause flooding. Massachusetts residents maybe accustomed to wild weather but […]

We’re Keeping Connected During COVID-19: Focus on Guido the French Bulldog

It’s July 1st and we’re feeling happy about three things today: As of Tuesday, The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported that there were no new COVID-19 related deaths across the state Boston Red Sox players reported to Fenway Park for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak This weekend is the long Independence Day […]

Working From Home? Make Sure Your Homeowners Insurance Has You Covered

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced many U.S. workers to work remotely from their homes. In fact, a poll by Gallup conducted March 30-April 2 found that “Sixty-two percent of employed Americans currently say they have worked from home during the crisis, a number that has doubled since mid-March.” (1) With the sudden nature with which […]

We’re Keeping Connected During COVID-19: Focus on Bob Magner

Massachusetts is in the middle of Phase 2 of Governor Baker’s re-opening plan. Everyone is hopeful businesses will continue to open, COVID cases will lessen, and that Phase 3 will begin at the end of this month.  The weather has been beautiful and most students are done with school for the summer.  We’re committed to […]

We’re Connected During COVID-19: Focus on Kyle Carrigan

We are in the midst of Phase 2 and things are slowly returning to our “new normal”. In the meantime, we’re keeping connected during COVID-19 by continuing our “We’re Connnected” blog. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that Governor Baker will announce Phase 3 for Massachusetts’ re-opening plan as early as the end of this month. […]