With the holidays right around the corner, individuals everywhere are choosing to avoid the lines at the mall and shop online from the comfort of their own homes. While shopping online is certainly convenient, there are some things you should be aware of to protect your private information. Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we want to remind our customers to be cautious when shopping online, which is why we put together a list of safe online shopping practices.
Quincy Mutual Group is proud to present our next #AgentSpotlight — Morse Insurance! Founded in 1950, Morse Insurance has been dedicated to serving the needs of individuals, families, and businesses in Southeastern Massachusetts for generations.
To better serve our business insurance clients, Quincy Mutual Group offers a wide range of expanded auto coverages through the Quincy Mutual Auto Plus Endorsement. Read on to learn more about this endorsement and for answers to common Commercial Auto Insurance questions. Continue reading “Commercial Auto Insurance Guide”
The leaves are changing and temperatures are dropping, which can only mean one thing — Fall is officially here! And while your children may be filled with excitement as they count down the days to Halloween, we understand that as parents, this holiday can be a bit more stressful than fun. According to a national survey conducted by Safe Kids Worldwide, 77% of parents have Halloween-related fears, from pedestrian injuries to eating unsafe Halloween treats. Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we want to help you make this holiday safe and fun for everyone, which is why we’ve put together this guide full of tips to get you through costume planning and decorating to a night of trick-or-treating.
Strong, destructive storms can happen at any time, but the peak is during hurricane season. Atlantic hurricane season occurs every year from June through November, and September is statistically the height of the season. When hurricanes hit, a lot of the focus is on protecting homes from high winds and flooding, but it’s important to also think about your business, especially if you own a brick-and-mortar location.
Quincy Mutual Group is proud to work with more than 500 independent insurance agents across New England. These insurance agents are committed to serving the needs of individuals and businesses in their local communities, which is why we are excited to announce a new series to highlight them and their amazing work — this month, we’re pleased to feature Austin Insurance as our first #AgencySpotlight!
Hurricane season takes place every year from June through November, with September being the peak of the storm season. Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we understand the devastating effects that this type of storm can have, and we want to ensure that you, your family, and your home are prepared — which is why we’re doing our part for National Preparedness Month and offering the steps to take before a destructive storm.
As summer winds down, tenants everywhere are moving out and moving in. For landlords and property managers, this is an exciting time, but welcoming new tenants and saying goodbye to old ones can also be stressful. When welcoming new tenants to your property, it’s important to make sure your investment is always protected. Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we understand the unique risks you face, which is why we have a specifically designed coverage option for your unique situation. Continue reading “Protecting Your Rental Property”
As summer winds down, many renters are packing up their belongings and getting ready for moving day! Getting the keys to your new place is an exciting time, and here at Quincy Mutual Group, we want to make sure your home is everything you want and need it to be. To help, we’re offering up some insights about what to look for before you move-in, along with a few tips for protecting your belongings and settling in.
It doesn’t matter what size your business is or what industry you work in, nearly all modern businesses are vulnerable to power surges, especially if the proper precautions are not taken. And while power surges aren’t always avoidable, there are certain steps your business can take to better prepare and recover in the event of a power surge. To help, we’re offering insights on what exactly occurs when there is a surge in power, what that means for your business, and the actions you should take to minimize the effects.