Rollo Insurance Situational Assessment for COVID-19: (for public release)
- When circumstances are at their worst, Rollo Insurance is at its best…It’s what we do.
- Personal & commercial insurance are mission-critical infrastructure for the operation of our nation. Rollo Insurance remains 100% open and ready to serve! Call, text, email, or request a webinar/facetime meeting with an agent or one of our local offices, today!
- Rollo Insurance is proud to be a part of “leading from the front” with containing and defeating COVID-19.
- In full support of national efforts to expedite a full return to normalcy, local offices for Rollo Insurance are proactively engaging (effective immediately) in a “Community Support, Proactive Preparedness, and Risk Mitigation Strategy.”
- In the event of a mandatory quarantine is issued for the state and/or nation, Rollo Insurance is actively preparing contingency plans to continue to provide uninterrupted service. In such event, please continue planning to call, text, email or facetime/webinar for anything needed regarding new or existing coverage.
Rollo Insurance Group’s “Community Support, Proactive Preparedness, and Risk Mitigation Strategy”
I. In accordance with guidelines from the President and the CDC, good hygiene, preventative sanitization, and guidelines for social distancing will be aggressively enforced in all local offices.
II. Recognizing that insurance is critical to our nation’s infrastructure and given our unwavering commitment to the wellness of clients and staff, local offices will remain staffed, but lobbies will be closed until further notice. Instructions for basic transactional services (this includes most-basic policy servicing and payment receipt) can be obtained by calling-in to the local office ahead of time.
III. Policy consultation (new business issuance, policy remarketing, insurance reviews, etc…) will remain available in-office on a “by appointment/scheduled” basis only (same day service still available).
IV. Any client or prospective client who has felt ill or has had any known exposure to a person recently feeling ill (w/in the past 30 days) is asked to remain offsite and to communicate via phone, email, or video conferencing.