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315.853.5052

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315.853.6356
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insure@burnsagency.com
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The Burns Agency
PO Box 363
Clinton, NY 13323-0363



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29 West Park Row
Clinton, NY 13323
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Our hours are 8:00am to 5:00pm,
Monday through Friday,
with other hours available
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Emergency Contact Information

We will be happy to assist you in your emergency situation, even when the office is not open, but please do not  use this contact information when the office is open from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, because we are likely to have the cells tucked away so as not to interrupt our work. You may call the main office number at 315.853.5052 during standard hours, or even after hours if you would like to leave a voicemail message for us.


David J. Burns, President - Commercial Agent

Emergency Contact: call 315.853.5490 or 315.525.6562


Wendy P. Lawlor, CISR, CIC, NcAM - Commercial Agent

Emergency Contact: call 315.534.4229


Julie A. Freemire, CISR, CIC - Personal Agent

Emergency Contact: call 315.737.0240 or 315.790.9148

 

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