The Norfolk & Dedham Group Holds Ribbon-Cutting for its New Headquarters

The Norfolk & Dedham Group, a Dedham, MA property and casualty insurance company founded in 1825, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new headquarters on October 3. In attendance were representatives from local government and philanthropic organizations. This modern, energy-efficient building is located at 222 Ames Street, on the footprint of their prior building […]

Evolving Coverage for Cyber Exposures

We are happy that our Chief Marketing Officer, Colby Hewitt had written an article that was featured in the Special Focus on Small Business Coverages issue of The Standard about the evolving challenges that Cyber Risk exposures pose to businesses: Cyber security can be a frightening and confusing topic. The news bombards us with reports of hackers […]

Rising To New Heights: How Henry Risman Grew His Family-Owned Agency

We are happy that one of our 1825 Club® Agents, Henry Risman of Risman Agencies was featured in an Agency Checklists article about the success of his family owned agency: Henry Risman was presented an opportunity he was not expecting when his grandfather was ready to retire from his small but established Medford insurance business, […]

Saluting Women in New England Insurance Featuring Gail Boncek

We are proud to congratulate our own Gail Boncek for being featured in the Salute to Women in Insurance edition of The Standard. “Gail Boncek’s selflessness and drive to do what is best for our agency partners sets the tone for our entire organization as we strive to provide exceptional service. Her knowledge, problem-solving ability […]

Reasons To Go Paperless

The rising ubiquity of modern mobile technology means that consumers are more often using their smartphones for tasks once reserved exclusively for snail mail transactions. Our phones allow us to apply for loans, view our bank statements, trade stocks, and now, if you’re an N&D® policyholder, manage your insurance account.

Locally Grown Insurance

When people “buy local”, they do it for many reasons—the quality of the product, the reputation of the purveyor, the attention to craftsmanship and service.