Freisenbruch-Meyer Will Open On Saturday

October 2, 2015

Due to the threat posed by Hurricane JoaquinFreisenbruch-Meyer Group said they would like to offer clients additional time to ensure their policies are up-to-date and that they are adequately insured, so their offices will be open  from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday.

The company said, “According to the Bermuda Weather Service, Hurricane Joaquin in considered a threat to Bermuda with its closest point of approach to be on Sunday, October 4th, at 193 nautical miles to the West North West.

“Therefore, we would like to offer our clients additional time to ensure their policies are up-to-date and that they are adequately insured. Our offices will be open Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 from 9:00AM to 12:00PM. to assist you with any insurance enquiries.

“We urge our clients and the community to take this threat seriously and ensure preparations are complete by Saturday evening. To further assist you with how to prepare, please view or download our Hurricane Kit from our website,

Freisenbruch-Meyer Group has a fully operational Business Continuity Plan to continue providing service to our customers with minimal interruption. If deemed safe, our offices will open as per normal on Monday, October 5th, to assist clients with any claims they may have sustained as a result of Hurricane Joaquin. We greatly appreciate your business and will continue to provide the highest possible standards of service.

“If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 296-3600 or visit our website at”

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  1. Paradise Reclaimed says:

    No need to pay premiums until the storms are imminent these days. BF&M did this last fall too. Thanks insurance companies!!!

    And, sorry to all the folks that pay like clockwork, nothing at all is ethical about these last-minute policies. Must be good bu$ine$$!

    • Antonia says:

      Dear Paradise Reclaimed,

      We’d like to clarify that we are open to assist existing clients with their insurance queries. For example, we’ve had several calls from clients just to verify that their policies are up-to-date and premiums due are current. We are not actually accepting the purchase of new policies. The threat of a hurricane should be taken seriously (as reaffirmed by Fay and Gonzalo last year) and our goal is to ensure delivery of the best service to our clients. Please give us a call on 296-3600 if you would like further information.