Have you registered your phone numbers on your state federal “Do not call” list but you still get sales calls offering lower interest loans, replacement windows….or whatever?

You can sue the offending caller if you’ve asked them to stop calling and they don’t, or you file your complaint with these organization who work on behalf of consumers:

By State DNC lists:

FCC Abandoned Calls Complaint form:


Office Closed For Juno

Massachusetts has mandated no driving today so we have no employees that can get to work. Our phone system does have instructions for making a claim if you have one today. If there is any other urgent need to contact us there is an option when you call our office to connect to a live person.

Every insurance policy contains a provision that allows you to make temporary repairs that are necessary to keep further damage from happening. You don’t need to contact the insurance company or us in advance in order to make those repairs. Just save any receipts and take photos of the damage if you can.

Office Hours

Our office will be closed Christmas Day and will be open on the 26th (Friday) from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Anyone needing to report a claim can do so 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Simply call the insurance company who issued your policy. Our website has links to all our insurance company partners.

If you have an emergency other than a claim, call our main telephone number and follow the prompts for emergency service.

Happy Holidays.

MA RMV Sticks It To Consumers Again

Another reason the average MA driver has to dislike the Registry of Motor Vehicles:
Registrar of Motor Vehicles, Celia J. Blue, just announced she will not reverse her decision to charge $25 for an updated registration on every car that changes insurance companies despite strong opposition from consumer and insurance agent groups against the abusive fee.
The RMV just raised fees on almost every transaction earlier this year and now they’ve added insult to injury by ramming another fee onto drivers. Ms Blue stated that to not charge the fee would reduce revenue to the RMV. This is another example of the Patrick administrations complete disregard for the taxpayers of MA. As long as he can keep spending more on government every year, he’ll be as happy as a pig in mud.
The only way this will ever be reversed is if you contact your state representative and complain. Post your thoughts on their Facebook pages and send them emails….it will make a difference.