The Insurance industry often speaks about “Risk Management”, a term that can be misleading and confusing. Please see attached an important article on the various forms of insurance-related and financial risks.
Loughlin Insurance Agency is proud to be part of the New England Insurance Group with local offices throughout Massachusetts. Please call today at 781-341-9010 or visit us at LoughlinFinancialGroup.com
Happy New Year and thanks for your continued support! Loughlin Insurance Agency is proud to be part of the New England Insurance Group, one of the fastest-growing insurance organizations in the Northeast.
With multiple offices throughout MA, LIA/NEIG offers a complete portfolio of insurance and financial services designed to help our customers protect their lives and assets. With over 40 years of experience, and fifty plus Insurance and Financial companies to choose from, LIA/NEIG stands ready to provide independent and knowledgeable insurance evaluations backed by the best customer service in the business.
Please contact us today with any questions or concerns. And as always…thanks for your business!
Loughlin Insurance Agency/New England Insurance Group is committed to helping our customers and friends protect themselves against Winter weather problems. Please hit on the links below to see some important information from our great partners at Travelers Insurance about safety precautions during the cold weather months.
How prepared are you to drive during winter weather conditions? Take our quiz to find out. Do you know why the first winter storm is the most dangerous time to drive? Test your skills to learn if you are ready for winter weather challenges. http://travl.rs/2w9FzJ0
Tom and Mary Loughlin, owners of Loughlin Insurance Agency Inc., are happy and excited to announce the merger of our Agency with New England Insurance Group effective immediately.
New England Insurance Group is one of the leading and fastest-growing Insurance Agency Networks in New England. LIA will pair our 40 plus years of experience with NEIG’s own forty years to continue to provide the best customer service and product offerings throughout the New England states.
This partnership will provide the following benefits for our customers:
Continued personal service from the whole LIA Team…and welcome back Rachel Bolger Harrington!
Additional Insurance Carriers to continue to provide the best prices and coverage in the industry;
State of the art and expanded technology;
Multiple office locations for customer convenience.
We will make more information available in the coming weeks Tom, Mary, Nancy, Jill, and now Rachel are here as always and ready to serve all your Personal and Business Insurance needs.
Is there a winter storm on the horizon? Take some time now to gather the supplies you will need to ride out the storm at home or to safely venture outside if you must. Once you have taken the appropriate precautions, you can focus on enjoying the winter wonderland outside your window.
The Massachusetts RMV is taking an important step following Governor Charlie Baker’s declaration of a State of Emergency the week of March 9th and to complement the work that has been underway for weeks across state government to keep residents safe and healthy.
Due to the recent activity surrounding COVID 19 (Corona Virus), the RMV is taking measures to reduce customer visits in our Service Centers and AAA offices. One of these actions includes extending the expiration date of certain credentials.
All Class D and Class DM driver’s licenses, ID cards, and Learner’s Permits that have expired or are expiring between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2020, will have a 60-day extension applied to the current expiration date.
This deadline extension will not apply to customers with Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDLs) or those whose end of stay in the United States is the same as the expiration date on their driver’s license, ID card, or Learner’s Permit.
The RMV will implement this 60-day extension to the current expiration date for Class D, Class DMs, ID cards, and Learner’s Permits within the RMV system the week of 3/16 – all people with expired/expiring credentials physically dated between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2020, will have an active status within the RMV system with extended expiration date. For example, if the credential expires on April 15, 2020, the RMV system will extend the expiration to June 15, 2020 and display the same. The RMV is not providing updated credentials to reflect the extended date.
This does not apply to vehicle registrations at this time. Most vehicle registrations can be renewed online at Mass.Gov/RMV.