March 23, 2020       

To our Clients:

As concerns over the Coronavirus continue to grow, the health and safety of our clients, friends and colleagues remain foremost in our minds.  Considering the new developments related to COVID-19 virus, and in light of Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order (EO 2020-21),  we are providing an update regarding our operations, and to let you know that we remain here to support you and your Insurance and Surety needs.

Guy Hurley, LLC will remain open for business onsite, with essential personnel, in additional to the remainder of our team who are well connected remotely, allowing us to continue our operations as usual.  Our main goal is to achieve continuity of business at the high level of service that you have come to expect from us, in a secure manner while providing a safe environment for our personnel.  We have robust remote access/telework/work from home capabilities that have been tested to ensure a seamless transition as now required by law. Please be assured that our top priority is the safety and well-being of our staff, clients and their families.

Our thoughts are with all of those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. We wish everyone safety and health as we navigate these challenging times.

Sincerely,
Richard McGregor, CPCU
President

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