Since 1966, The Reis Group has provided personal and trusted insurance solutions
for the individuals, families and businesses of the Hudson Valley and beyond. Built on a strong reputation of exceptional customer service, our employee-owned agency takes pride in providing real insurance solutions that meet the needs of each and every client.
Our employees are your neighbors – taking pride in protecting and promoting the communities we serve. More than agents, we are “advocates” for the families and businesses that make our region great. At The Reis Group, we do more than offer you insurance; we offer you the peace-of-mind that comes with personalized solutions.
That is insurance worth having.
The Reis Group is currently licensed in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Illinois, Utah, New Hampshire, Maryland, Arizona, Florida, California, Nevada, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio and Tennessee.
During the informal meeting, board members had the opportunity to discuss important topics and concerns relevant to PIA members throughout New York State, including hurricane-deductible triggers, and other challenges faced by insurance agents and homeowners alike following Hurricane Sandy. Cahill, who is the Chair of the New York State Assembly Insurance Committee, acknowledged that professional agents have a unique perspective and understanding of what their clients and communities need. The agents expressed hope that the lessons learned from Sandy will allow lawmakers and regulators to continue to work together to facilitate meaningful change.
Cahill also expressed solidarity with PIANY’s fight to repeal unnecessary photo inspection regulations, stating:
“We need to change this,” he said. “It originally was intended to fight fraud. It’s not working, and it’s senseless.”
As the meeting concluded, PIA officers conveyed their appreciation for Assemblyman Cahill’s time and attention. In return, Cahill invited PIA members to take part in this week’s upcoming roundtable discussion on post-disaster insurance coverage to further examine issues that commonly arise following a tragedy, such as available coverage for consumers, informing insureds of their coverage needs and options, and insurer claims settlement practices.