Bright Insurance and Jensen Sheehan work with many companies to provide all of our insureds with the best insurance for their situation.
Recently, due to the Coronavirus and the fact that there have been less drivers on the road and less accidents, some of these companies have decided to give something back to their insureds. We have compiled a list of companies and their policy on this matter.
If you are having trouble making your personal auto payments due to the current pandemic or if you have any questions regarding these credits, please contact our office.
Arbella: Providing all private passenger policyholders with a credit equal to 20% of their auto premium for 3 months (April, May, June). Customers can expect to see the credit applied within the next 60 days. Customers who have paid for the year in full will receive a check in the mail. The policy must be active at the time of refund to qualify.
MAPFRE/Commerce: Returning 15% of April and May premiums.
Safety Insurance: All personal auto policies in effect as of April 1, 2020 will receive a 15% credit off their premium for the months of April and May.
Hanover: Returning 15% of April & May personal auto policy premiums to insureds.
Norfolk & Dedham: All Private passenger auto policies will receive a check for 20% of their April & May premiums.
Nationwide & Harleysville: Issuing a one-time $50 per policy refund for personal auto policies active as of March 31, 2020.
Quincy Mutual: Providing a $25 per vehicle payment towards each insured’s personal auto policy.