There is an abundance of information circulating related to COVID19. To help you navigate through it, we have designated this page for any information we come across such as news articles, press releases from our carriers, common questions we have been encountering, etc. We hope the information we provide is helpful to you. Of course, we are happy to answer any specific questions you have.
In some cases, our carriers are offering extensions on insurance premium due dates and postponing cancellations due to nonpayment. Each carrier has a varying practice in place. Click here for specific details from some of our Carriers.
4/24/20: AIG Private Client Group is providing adjustments for its automobile policyholders in response to the impact of COVID-19 on certain driving patterns.
4/13/20: Announces Premium Credit for U.S. Auto Policyholders to Reflect Changing Driving Habits Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Savings for U.S. personal auto clients to average $110 per vehicle.
4/13/20: A note from Ross Buchmueller, President & CEO of PURE: As our country pulls together to fight the spread of COVID-19, I am writing to share our evolving approach to serving our members and partner brokers. I want to specifically address the movement to refund a portion of automobile premiums for a period of time when the amount of driving has been dramatically reduced.
4/3/20: In response to COVID-19, we want to remind you that PURE is here to serve you and assure you that all member services are still being delivered.
4/5/20: Chubb announced that it is committing $10 million to pandemic relief efforts globally. The support will go to people and programs providing emergency frontline services and for assistance to the most financially vulnerable members of the community who have been impacted the hardest by the pandemic.
3/31/20: AIG Travel is closely monitoring the COVID-19, and its potential impact on travel. Please note that due to the World Health Organization (WHO) announcement declaring COVID-19 a pandemic, that as of, at the latest, March 11, 2020, COVID-19 is a foreseen event and certain coverages will not apply. Please read the details here .
4/8/20: This Important Notice is not your policy and does not modify the terms of your policy. Please read your policy carefully to determine what is and what is not covered.
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Maintaining a routine, helping others and taking time to focus on self-care are among the tips one Ball State University professor is sharing to help people stay “sane and safe” while practicing social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scammers love to exploit fear, and there’s plenty of that around right now with the COVID-19 threat. The most recent round of fake emails play off pandemic fears and promote false information. Federal agencies, including the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Federal Trade Commission and the FBI, are encouraging individuals to remain vigilant for scams related to COVID-19.
Whether you work from home full-time or just occasionally, a welcoming, well-lit, ergonomic home office can help keep you healthy, happy, and productive. On the other hand, a poorly equipped and designed workspace can lead to accidents and injuries. These tips can help you create a safe, healthy environment when you need to work remotely.