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Workers Compensation
Available 24/7/365
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  1-800-425-3222
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  1-866-290-6833

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GNY IN THE NEWS

GNY Marks 100th Year Anniversary. [more]

Congratulations to GNY"s New CPCU Conferees. [more]

GNY attends Temple University fall job fair. [more]

TRIA reauthorization is a real-world concern for many mid-sized insurers. Here are their stories.[more]

GNY CEO Warren Heck to retire, Elizabeth Heck to replace him. [more]

GNY's recent CPCU recipients attend the 2014 CPCU conference in Anaheim, California. [more]

GNY Branch Offices Celebrate GNY Centennial
Connecticut Branch
Maryland Branch
Massachusetts Branch

Chairman's message to Policyholders. [more]

GNY Marks 100th Year Anniversary. [more]

Warren Heck testifies for TRIPRA extension 2/25/14. [more]

A.M. Best once again rates GNY Insurance A+. [more]

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