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New Mexico

On May 11, 2022, New Mexico Office of Superintendent of Insurance issued Emergency Order No. 2022-0041 (the “Emergency Order”) addressing fire emergencies in various parts of the State of New Mexico. The Order requests insurers licensed in New Mexico to take certain actions in order to assist policyholders who experienced losses as a result of, or have otherwise been affected by, the wildfires in the counties for which Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has signed executive orders declaring states of emergencies: San Miguel County, Valencia CountyColfax County, Lincoln County, Mora County and Sandoval County (collectively, the “Executive Orders”).

Pursuant to the Executive Orders and Emergency Order, Chubb is providing policyholders impacted by the wildfires with a 90-day extension to pay premiums and waiving any charges resulting from policyholders’ inability to submit premium payments. Policyholders may also be eligible for a 6-month payment arrangement if they are unable to pay the delinquency after the 90-day grace period. Please note that the 90-day extension is not a waiver of policyholders’ obligation to pay premium.

Chubb policyholders in the affected area that require additional time to make premium payments should contact 1-800-682-4822.  Any commercial lines policyholders in the affected area that require the same should contact 1-800-323-6129. For accident and health, policyholders should contact their agent or broker.

Tennessee

On April 20, 2022, the Governor of Tennessee issued Executive Order No. 96 (the “Order”) suspending certain state laws in order to ensure that wildfire survivors in the Sevier County have access to important insurance services. As a result, the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance has issued Bulletin 22-02 (the "Bulletin") requesting insurers licensed in Tennessee to make every reasonable effort to assist policyholders who experienced losses as a result of, or have otherwise been affected by, the wildfires in Sevier County.

Pursuant to the Order and Bulletin, Chubb wishes to provide policyholders impacted by the wildfires in Sevier County with a 60-day extension (until June 28, 2022) to pay premiums and other charges. Please note that the 60-day extension is not a waiver of the policyholder’s obligation to pay premium.

Chubb policyholders in the affected area that require additional time to make premium payments should contact 1-800-682-4822.  Any commercial lines policyholders in the affected area that require the same should contact 1-800-323-6129. For accident and health, policyholder should contact their agent or broker.