Updated on 04/09/2020, 3:00 PM EST
AmeriLife, as a part of the financial services industry, is considered an essential business during the coronavirus pandemic.
Because of the services we provide the public, a number of affiliate and Career Agency offices remain open at this time to address the needs of clients.
While working, the company has set the expectation that associates follow guidelines for social distancing and personal hygiene, such as frequent hand washing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently issued new guidelines for essential workers to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
- Take your temperature before work
- Wear a face mask or covering at all times
- Practice social distancing as work duties permit
- Stay at home if you are sick
- Don’t share headsets or objects used near your face
- Don’t gather in breakrooms or other crowded areas
AmeriLife strongly encourages associates to incorporate these new guidelines into their daily lives. Click here for more details from the CDC.
The safety and health of our associates is the highest priority at AmeriLife. The company continues to monitor the coronavirus pandemic and will adjust business operations accordingly, if situations warrant it.
Car Insurance Refund Opportunities
More than 300 million people in 42 states, three counties, nine cities, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are under some form of stay-at-home orders. For reference, the United States population is nearly 330 million people.
Residents are urged to stay at home to help slow the speed of the coronavirus pandemic and help lessen the strain on health care systems.
There is a positive, unforeseen consequence from so many Americans sheltering in place: fewer cars on the roads resulting in fewer accidents.
Automobile insurance companies have noticed, and some are rewarding their customers.
Allstate has implemented its Shelter-in-Place Payback program, which will return more than $600 million is auto insurance premiums to many of its customers.
American Family Insurance is returning a total of $200 million in insurance premiums to customers, which averages to $50 per vehicle covered by the company’s policies.
According to the Geico Insurance website, customers should contact Geico if they are driving less because they’re working from home.
Contact your automobile insurance agent to learn if you are eligible for rebates or premium adjustments due to coronavirus stay-at-home orders.
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