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We want to provide you with these important updates on how we are adapting our services to provide you with the personalized service and care that you have come to expect. Billing Options The efforts to contain and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing are important steps to help protect our most vulnerable... Read more »

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by | General Liability, Uncategorized, Workers Compensation |

Noise. It’s something we often can’t avoid. But for many workers, noise is something that isn’t just inevitable, it’s dangerous. Whether it’s in a manufacturing facility or on a construction site, employees are consistently exposed to dangerous levels of noise from engines, drills, pumps, stamping presses, conveyors, and much more. Hearing Loss is Common—and Preventable... Read more »

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Even if you’ve never experienced the joys of getting a “stomach bug,” chances are you’ve known somebody who has. With one in six Americans experiencing some kind of foodborne illness every year—resulting in an estimated 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths annually—‘food poisoning’ is one of the most common causes of illness. In honor of Food... Read more »

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Fitness is a journey—you can’t think short-term. It’s all about building habits, committing to the long term, establishing goals, and executing. While this is probably something you tell your clients when they’re hesitant to sign a 12-month contract or when they try to cancel their membership, it’s also something you need to think about as... Read more »

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by | Automobile, Construction, General Liability, Property, Uncategorized, Workers Compensation |

Though it may not feel like it right now with the current stay at home orders, the market will once again pick up. Businesses who paused projects or expansion plans will want to resume work, and homeowners who paused renovations will want to get projects scheduled. Time on Your Hands Now, Time at a Premium... Read more »

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Pursuant to Bulletin 20-15 issued by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, New Jersey policyholders who may be experiencing a financial hardship due to COVID-19 may request a 90-day grace period for the payment of insurance premiums.  Such affected policyholders may elect to have the 90-day grace period take effect retroactively as of... Read more »

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On April 1, 2020, Governor Lamont issued Executive Order 7S, which includes a provision stating that an insurer may not cancel a Connecticut policyholder’s insurance policy based on nonpayment of premium during the time period of April 1, 2020 to June 1, 2020, if the policyholder was in good standing with the insurer on March... Read more »

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During the period that Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.13 is in effect, currently until April 28, 2020, any New York resident individual or small business that is experiencing a financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and can provide a written attestation of that financial hardship, may be entitled to a 60-day grace... Read more »

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by | General Liability, Safety, Uncategorized |

If you’re in the northeastern United States, there are two certainties. First, it’s going to be cold. Second? You’re going to see snow. Lots of it. But you already know this. Knee-deep or even waist-deep snow is just a reality, thanks to the unique combination of latitude, altitude, and location between the ocean and the... Read more »

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