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COVID-19 Update from Loftis & Wetzel

By March 16, 2020 July 23rd, 2020 No Comments

The following applies only to our office in Stillwater, OK

Updated 7/10/2020

Beginning Saturday, July 11, 2020 until November 30, members of the public are required to wear face coverings while in public areas. Some exceptions apply.

We have posted signs advising of this new rule, and are providing free masks to visitors who do not have one.

Learn more at the City of Stillwater website here.

This portion applies to all of our office locations.

Updated: 07/10/2020 

We are aware that COVID-19 continues to spread and are monitoring the situation.

We at Loftis & Wetzel Insurance want to remind you that we are still here for you. To that end, we will update our website and social media if any changes are made to our operating policy. As of now, please note the following:

Our offices are open to the public

We are operating normally with some exceptions being made for our staff with vulnerable family members. Wearing of masks is welcome and encouraged. Each of our offices has masks available to the visitors if they wish to wear one. Please note: our offices will defer to local authorities should there be any public health mandates, and appropriate signage will be posted to inform our clients.

We now offer e-signature via DocuSign

For all transactions requiring signatures, clients may complete the transaction electronically on their computer, smart phone, or tablet.

We are reaching out to update your contact information

To ensure we can contact you when needed we are reaching out to our clients and making sure your contact information is up to date. To ensure we can administer DocuSign appropriately, we encourage our clients provide email addresses for all individuals with signing authority on their accounts. If you have changed your phone number or use a new email address, please let us know.

We are following CDC guidelines to avoid this disease

Wash your hands frequently, disinfect commonly used surfaces regularly, avoid touching your face, and keep reasonable distance of at least 6 feet from others. If you are sick stay home. Consider avoiding discretionary travel when possible.

Please monitor local government and CDC announcements

We know things will change each and every day. We urge everyone to comply with any recommendations that come from local, state, and federal governments. Again, our offices must and will defer to rules that may be unique to the municipalities in which they are located.

Uncertainty has become the hallmark of 2020, and our greatest responsibility is to each other. We care about you, our staff, and our mutual well-being. Please be safe, and if you have any questions, we are here for you.


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