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CAT response services: Hurricane Teddy on path to Canada

Hurricane Teddy continues to move north with forecasters expecting the storm to stay east of Bermuda before becoming a more powerful hurricane. It’s anticipated to cause rainfall of up to six inches ahead of striking Canada later this week as a post-tropical cyclone, according to the National Hurricane Center. Nova Scotia and Newfoundland will feel the brunt of Hurricane Teddy from Tuesday into Wednesday night. COVID-19 restrictions create additional complexity.

We're here to support you
Sedgwick would like to ensure that our clients know we are here to help. We are currently redeploying personal protective equipment (PPE) to adjusters serving the area so that we can continue to conduct site visits when and where possible. Where site visits are not possible, we're able to use our remote adjusting technology to facilitate claims resulting from the event.

Please contact us with any questions or to assist.
P. 1-800-Adjust4 (1.800.235.8784)

Terry O’Reilly
vice president corporate services/operations, CAT coordination

Rene Fenez (Atlantic contact)
regional vice president, Atlantic Canada

Lee Powell (major and complex loss contact)
vice president, MCL/EGA

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