Auto and Homeowners Insurance Information for Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming

For authoritative information and resources on COVID-19, including situation reports, guidance, and more, visit CDC’s

For authoritative information and resources on COVID-19, including situation reports, guidance, and more, visit CDC’s website, CISA.gov/coronavirus, Colorado Department of Health and Environment, Colorado Governor Resource Page, New Mexico Resource Page, Utah Resource Page, Wyoming Resource Page

Rocky Mountain Region Insurance Bulletins: CO Insurance Payments, Renewals and Cancellation Provisions; FAQ for Renewals and Cancellation Provisions (5.38) CO Governor Press Release on Delivery Drivers; CO Delivery Driver Provisions; New Mexico Insurance Bulletin, Colorado DOI Business Interruption Insurance & COVID-19 FAQ

FEMA Flood Insurance Grace Period: News Release

SBA Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

https://www.sba.gov/page/coronavirus-covid-19-small-business-guidance-loan-resources?fbclid=IwAR3O5jQir9rGFWfx7FeUvpvq9vUAT0uAnPJ40OJFcrwjsLtwQCoyGbDjym4

NICB COVID-19 Resource Center

Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership: Readiness information for businesses to plan for potential organizational/workforce impacts from COVID-19. CISA.gov/insights. Register for the Colorado’s Business Emergency Operations Center (CO BEOC) for access to situation reports, coordination calls for needed resources and services.

“Is there business income coverage if a governmental authority requires businesses to close?”  Coronavirus and Business Income Losses.
What about workers’ compensation? Does the Coronavirus create a workers’ compensation exposure? Coronavirus and Workers’ Compensation.

The NAIC has also created a Coronavirus Resource Center with additional information.

A new podcast from FC&S and PropertyCasualty360.com highlights some of the issues for insurers surrounding COVID-19.

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus

 

After careful consideration of putting health and safety first, we have made the difficult determination that bringing a large group of 200+ to the Colorado Capitol next Wednesday is not worth increased risk of contacting COVID-19 with the spread of the virus.

We are canceling 2020 P&C Insurance Day at the Capitol on March 11th and do not plan to reschedule the event this legislative session due to the uncertainty of how long the impacts of the Corona Virus will be felt.  

 

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