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Ready to Serve


Construction projects that shut down production in the short term deserve careful consideration when it’s time to restart operations. Contractors must recognize the need to create a plan for resuming work after restrictions imposed during the pandemic are lifted.

The post COVID-19: Have a project restart strategy appeared first on The Cincinnati Insurance Companies blog.

A subcontractor experiencing trouble can cripple a project; knowing about their difficulties early is better, but it doesn’t eliminate the risk of default.

The post 4 tips to assist struggling subcontractors appeared first on The Cincinnati Insurance Companies blog.

With the dine-in restaurant world shut down, we are cooking more at home – and we have the grocery bills to prove it. But with more cooking and more time being spent at home comes the very real potential for kitchen-related fires and burns, including to children.

The post Reducing fires and burns in the kitchen appeared first on The Cincinnati Insurance Companies blog.

The current coronavirus pandemic has many workers doing business using online meetings and virtual presentations – a difficult transition if you pride yourself on personal service and customer care. But there are ways to keep web conferences or presentations friendly, professional and productive.

The post Tips for conducting remote, virtual meetings appeared first on The Cincinnati Insurance Companies blog.

If your business employs fewer than 500 workers, you may be subject to new requirements for employees who take leave for COVID-19-related reasons. Even if you are a business with less than 50 employees these new requirements apply to you.

The post New employee leave provisions apply to small businesses, too appeared first on The Cincinnati Insurance Companies blog.

Cincinnati Agents

Independent agents representing Cincinnati Insurance can learn more about our COVID-19 response by visiting our agency portal.

Here for You

Cincinnati puts the health and safety of our associates, agents and customers at the top of our priorities. That’s why we’ve put our business continuity plans in action, ensuring we do our part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 while continuing to deliver the outstanding service you deserve. We know it’s important to keep our business running, ready to serve you and fulfill the promises we’ve made to you.


Stay-at-Home Personal Auto Credit


It’s taken all of us staying at home, keeping our distance and practicing strong personal hygiene to slow the spread of COVID-19. As a result of your reduced driving, we’re offering a Stay-at-Home credit to all personal lines auto policyholders.

Cincinnati Insurance and Cincinnati Casualty personal lines auto policyholders will receive a 15% credit per policy on your April and May premiums – pending regulatory approval. No action is required on your part to receive this discount.

Adding this Stay-at-Home credit supports the other actions we’ve taken: pausing cancellations due to nonpayment of premium and waiving late fees until at least May 31; and waiving restrictions on policyholders now performing delivery services in efforts to protect the wellbeing of your communities.


Ready to take claims

Our field claims associates already work remotely in the communities they serve, so they are well prepared to handle your claims. Innovative tools – photo-based estimating technology for vehicle claims and video for property claims when appropriate – offer virtual, no-contact claims handing options to respond to you. Each representative is trained to take extra precautions when an in-person response is necessary. Report your claim to your local independent insurance agent or to us 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Ready to answer billing questions

You may be understandably concerned about your ability to pay premiums as government mandated closures continue. To help, we’re:

  • Suspending all property casualty cancellations due to nonpayment from March 16 to May 31.
  • Extending all life, disability and long-term care insurance grace periods to 90 days for payments due between March 16 and May 31.
  • Extending to a later date if required by an individual state.

If you are impacted by the pandemic and need alternative payment arrangements our billing associates are authorized to adjust your current bill and to waive any late fees for premium payments due between March 16 and May 31.

This is not a waiver of payments during the suspension period, but an extension or grace period for those directly impacted by this pandemic. Please contact our billing departments at:

  • Commercial lines billing (for direct-billed commercial, management liability or surety accounts) – 877-942-2455
  • Personal lines billing – 513-870-2002
  • Life insurance billing – 877-564-0214

Excess and surplus policies have unique constraints and considerations. Please talk with your agent.

For worksite companies seeking payment options other than paper check, please contact Worksite Billing Group, 513-870-2260.

Ready to support our associates

Almost all our associates are working remotely and communicating virtually to keep our services going. While we have a limited number of associates in location critical roles reporting to our Headquarters, we’re practicing social distancing and complying with the guidance and regulations provided by government and health officials to keep our associates safe.

We continue to monitor and evaluate the pandemic daily and adjust our practices accordingly.

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