PA Gov. Orders All Counties to Stay at Home

https://www.wtae.com/article/pennsylvania-stay-at-home-order-statewide-coronavirus/32008159

New REAL ID Deadline Set

The Department of Homeland Security has postponed Pennsylvania’s enforcement date for REAL ID from October 2020 to October 2021, PennDOT announced. #realid #deadlineextended #ermunroandcompany

Employees Working Remotely? Some Info Business Owners Need to Know

Thanks to Nationwide for providing this important article. As work-life and technology continue to evolve, a growing number of business owners find themselves adopting remote work policies. However, their employees, who use company platforms and networks in popular locations such as coffee shops and airports, are highly susceptible to the risk of an online attack. […]

REAL ID Deadline Extended

The federal government is postponing the deadline for obtaining REAL ID-compliant identification cards, i.e., driver’s licenses, because of the coronavirus outbreak. Travelers would have been required to present REAL ID cards to board U.S. flights starting October 1, 2020. A new deadline will be announced soon. The nation’s governors have urged the Department of Homeland […]

Travel Insurance Doesn’t Cover Fear

If you bought a travel insurance policy, according to travel insurance comparison site squaremouth.com, viral outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics are not listed as a covered event. According to the site, “The coronavirus pandemic is considered a foreseen event by most travel insurance providers, meaning there are limited, if any, benefits available relating to the outbreak.” Further, […]

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to our clients, vendors, families and friends. Just a reminder that our insurance producer, Greg Magnus, and our customer service representatives in the bonds and insurance departments are available to answer your questions and take care of your bond and insurance needs. #becareful #bonds #insurance #ermunro

Tips for New Homeowners

If you’ve just purchased a new home, think about updating your home security. About three out of every four burglaries occur at a residential property, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The average home burglary results in a $2,400 loss. Although burglary is one of the most common household property crimes, it is also […]

The Dangers of Groundwater Flooding

The common problem for homeowners during heavy rains and flooding is damage caused by groundwater. Groundwater includes sewer water that backs up into your home through the basement floor drain, water that seeps through your foundation from heavy rains, melting snow, and water from flooding. If water comes into your home at or below ground […]

The Variables of Auto Insurance

When thinking of purchasing a new vehicle, consider what your insurance premiums will cost. Statistics show smaller cars are typically driven at higher rates of speed by younger, riskier drivers. They are involved in more accidents, sustain more damage and are more expensive to insure. Larger vehicles, such as SUVs and pickup trucks may have […]

When the weather outside is frightful

As a homeowner, you are responsible for snow and ice removal from your sidewalks and driveway. If someone slips and falls on your snow or ice-covered sidewalk or driveway, you can be held liable for their medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. Your homeowners insurance policy comes with liability insurance as part of […]

Our office will be open during our normal business hours with reduced staff. For the safety of our employees, some are working from home. This may cause slower than normal responses to your requests. No face-to-face interactions will be permitted with our customers. We appreciate your understanding during these difficult times.