As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak progresses, Starkweather and Shepley (S&S), remains dedicated to the health, safety, and welfare of our clients, our neighbors, our associates and their families. We are continuing our proactive, protective approach to our business to minimize possible exposure and promote social distance for the best interests of all involved.
S&S is responding with thoughtful and proactive action and we are activating our Business Continuity Plan.
Our employees are working from home. We have the systems in place to run S&S remotely and it is our expectation that it will be business as usual.
We are following the guidelines and protocol established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in ALL of our offices.
We have suspended all non-essential travel, large scheduled events, outside trainings, seminars, and educational classes.
Starkweather and Shepley remains committed to providing professional customer service and support. Although our team may not be working in our offices, our intent is to have seamless interactions with business as usual.
Below you will find helpful resources for continued support and service:
Main Phone- 401-435-3600 (If after hours & you don’t know your party’s extension, you can use the dial directory or call your representative directly)
List of All Offices – Office Contact List
Online Service Request – Contact Us
Online secure payment – Bill Pay
Thank you in advance for your support and understanding given our action(s) to support our associates and you our valued client in this dynamic and extraordinary situation. Safety and security first are critical to ensure our service and support to you.
Lawrence E. Keefe
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc.
The spread of coronavirus continues to be of great concern. The virus has spread to areas of the world beyond China with an accelerating and unpredictable trajectory. This threat will likely grow. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced this week that the virus is expected to impact the United States in a more severe way than it has to date.
Hyperlinked, you will find various materials and resources that have been circulated within the insurance industry and from our various resources regarding the coronavirus risk. You may find these additional documents helpful to review. We will continue to add to this page as additional information and or updates within the industry are available.