September 2015 Newsletter

September 2015

At GMG Insurance Agency, we offer best-in-class protection for your Auto, Home, Health, Business, and Life Insurance needs. We bring a depth of knowledge and experience in various diverse industries, working closely with our customers to create comprehensive insurance packages that is best suited to fit their needs.

We work closely with our insurance company partners- all top-rated insurers- to deliver a program that is tailored to our customer’s personal or business risks; because we know that each client’s exposures and needs are unique to them.

Our aim with our quarterly newsletter is to keep you up to date on changes in the insurance industry, provide you with tips and advice to better understand your insurance, and ensure that your insurance coverage is the best fit for you. This quarter we’ve explored issues affecting not only our Personal Insurance clients but also Business Insurance and Cyber Liability clients.

As Summer 2015 comes to a close, we look back on insurance trends and news regarding a variety of coverages but also news that could affect you or your business now and in the future.

Questions about our services or about your coverage? Please contact us at 215-497-9240.

Ronald J. Viehweger, Jr., Agency Principal- ext. 109
Charles Thomas, Agency Principal- ext. 108


On Thursday, June 25th, many of us attended a great launch party for the GMG Insurance LGBT website at the Jeffery Meier Gallery, which generated an amazing turnout!Thank you to all parties involved, especially Jeffrey Meier for hosting us and Ron Viehweger & Charles A. Thomas for helping bring this to the GMG family. Check out our new website here.

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GMG has launched a Client Portal “GMG 24/7” to access your important insurance information. If you have an insurance policy with GMG Insurance and would like online access to your policy details, auto ID cards and certificates, call your agent at 215-497-9240 or email us at to get you setup.


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