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FREEZE ALERT: February 2 – 4, 2023

By Commercial Insurance, Personal Insurance

Greetings! NBIC is pleased to provide monthly updates via the NBIC News.  Please be sure that you and other members of your agency are up-to-date with the latest product enhancements, pricing changes, and other important information coming from NBIC. ALERT: Frigid Temperatures Expected in Northeastern United States A blast of extremely cold air is expected to cover most of New England and the Mid-Atlantic sections of the United States, resulting in temperatures far below freezing. Depending on the area, the extreme cold will begin on February 2nd and last through February 4th. During extended periods of cold, and/or during extremely frigid conditions, the…

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You can’t stop an incoming hurricane or windstorm, but you can limit its damage.

By Personal Insurance

Written by: Chubb “If you own a house that is located along the ocean or bay or within a coastal community, you’ve most likely had your share of hurricane warnings, and you may have even suffered the effects of a storm. Although you can’t stop storms from happening, with preparation, you can protect your family, your home and your possessions from their damaging effects. Sometimes, the best way to fight back is to be ready.” Click here to read more!

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Auto Thefts Are Increasing: Tips To Make Sure You’re Not a Victim

By Insurance, Personal Insurance

“These days, vehicle thieves are becoming cleverer and more brazen and the number of vehicle thefts and break-ins are increasing. Vehicle thefts in the United States jumped 9% last year from a year earlier to 873,000, the highest number in more than a decade, according to statistics from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. But it’s not only about the thieves as theft prevention measures can be implemented by the vehicle owner in many cases.” Click here to read more

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Blog Post - Winter Weather

Help your clients stay safe during winter weather

By Business Insurance, Insurance

Heavy snowfall, ice storms, and bitter temperatures continue to impact wide swaths of the country, including many southern states. If your clients have been impacted by this weather, here are some tips you can share to help them stay safe and protect their property: Stay alert. Continue to monitor local radio stations and media outlets for the latest updates on power outages, water/health advisories, and other important announcements. Use flashlights, not candles. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Use flashlights instead of candles, which can get knocked over and increases the risk of fire. Store water for you and your family. Each day,…

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Keeping Safe // COVID-19 and Prevention

By Employee Benefits, Insurance

Stay Informed About COVID-19 and Prevention What to know about COVID-19 COVID-19 is a new strain of coronavirus that causes a highly contagious infection. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of reported symptoms, ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Please check the CDC for the most up-to-date list of symptoms.   Protect yourself with these simple steps Wash your hands often with soap and water; use hand sanitizer when you can’t wash. Clean and disinfect items and surfaces you touch often. Cover your coughs and sneezes with tissues; discard the tissues. Avoid touching your face. The best way to prevent…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Announcement from Abercrombie, Burns, McKiernan & Company

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Announcement from Abercrombie, Burns, McKiernan & Company

By Agency News

To our valued clients. In this time of concern and uncertainty around the spread of the COVID-19, we want to assure you of our business continuity plan in place. We are committed to continuing to serve you and your employees while also ensuring the safety and health of our own employees. We recognize this is a fluid situation and we will be prepared for any potential disruption in business due to the spread of the virus by taking the following steps: Any employees who have recently traveled to a country with a Level 2 or Level 3 Health Notice (China,…

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