We are committed to taking care of our employees and we continue service for all of our clients. We are monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19, and we will continue to do so until it no longer poses a risk to both our employees and our clients. We will communicate updates as they become available.

The following procedures are effective June 1, 2020:

-- As an "Office" of Phase II opening, our office is now open.

-- Please enter through the door on the ramp.

-- You are required to wear a mask.

--You will be required to sign in and take your own temperature.

-- We are required to have one-way foot traffic. Please follow the signs and arrows.

Thank you for your understanding.

Insurance Agencies Exempt From Workforce Reduction Executive Order


New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed an Executive Order No. 202.6 on March 18, 2020, requiring all nonessential businesses to reduce their in-office workforce by 50%. The governor subsequently modified that order on March 19, increasing the reduction of in-office workforce to 75% for nonessential businesses.


“As insurance agencies have been categorized as an essential business, they are exempt from the governor’s executive order, and they are not required to reduce their in-office workforce.”


Further in the guidance, ESD makes clear that if a business operates or provides both essential and nonessential services, only those lines and/or business operations that are necessary to support the essential services, supplies, or support are exempt from the restrictions.