Winter Weather: Delayed Office Opening

Due to the inclement weather and  for the safety of our employees,

all McSweeney & Ricci offices will have a  

delayed opening of 11 a.m. today, Monday, March 4th.  

 

We are available to assist you with claims and

urgent calls 24/7 by calling our main number

(781) 848-8600 and selecting 1. 

The potential exists for dangerous driving conditions, property damage from high winds, downed tree limbs, and the weight of heavy snow on structures, as well as power outages.

Winter Weather Safety and Preparedness:

Generator Safety Tips During a Power Outage

How to shovel safely

Winter driving safety tips

Removing snow from your roof 

Ice Dam removal

Winter Storm Safety Tips

 

Please take care and stay safe!  

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