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Cumberland Celebrates 180 Years of Service

On February 23rd, 2024 Cumberland Mutual reached our 180th anniversary. We celebrated this milestone on Tuesday, March 26th with our Independent Agents, Board of Directors, and Employees at our corporate headquarters. We would like to extend our thanks to our independent agency partners, policyholders, and employees for your commitment over the years!

PayPal and Venmo payment options added

Cumberland is pleased to announce that policyholders now have the option to use PayPal or Venmo to make payments in the customer portal. PayPal and Venmo can be used for one-time payments. We hope these expanded payment options provide convenience and customization to fit your needs!

Cumberland Sponsors Trusted Choice Charity Golf Outing Benefitting Make A Wish

August 7,2023
An enjoyable day was had by all, as 82 golfers played 18 holes at Battleground Country
Club during the annual Trusted Choice Charity Golf Outing to benefit Make-A- Wish
New Jersey.
The shotgun start event had golfers competing for various contests on the course. Jason
Batile of World Insurance Associates and Michelle Sipple of The Hanover Insurance
Group were the 2023 Low Gross winners for the men and women, respectively. Other
contest winners included, Michelle Sipple of The Hanover Insurance Group, Ladies
Longest Drive, Aaron Levine of LG Insurance Group, Men’s Longest Drive, Anthony
Valentino of CRC Wholesale, Closet to the Pin, Men’s Straightest Drive, Jose Baamonde
of Providence Mutual Insurance Company, and Shannon Hines Ladies Straightest Drive.
The 50/50 in the amount of $500 was won by Stephanie Danzis of The Service Insurance
“Through the generosity of today’s participants our fundraising efforts continue to assist
Make -A- Wish in granting wishes, that forever transform the lives of children and their
families.” Said Glenn Watkins, Senior Vice President of Cumberland Mutual, the event’s
title sponsor.
Big I New Jersey would like to thank the Make-A-Wish committee and event volunteers
for once again helping to make this event a success: Glenn Watkins, Cumberland Mutual,
Dave Strout ,Cettei & Connell, Mario DeFilippis, Wharton Group, Kevin Shannon,
Nationwide, Mary Jo Conley, N & D, Stephanie Danzis, Service Insurance Company,
and Carol Ann Bruno, IPFS.
The association would also like to thank the following sponsors for their continued
Title Sponsor
Cumberland Mutual
Gold Sponsor
Methfessel & Werbel
Franklin Mutual Insurance
Selective Insurance
AFCOM-NYC/NJ Metro Chapter
Beverage Cart Sponsors
Big I Southern New Jersey & IIA of Monmouth/Ocean
Progressive  Insurance

We have a New Address for Payments!

Effective August 17, 2021, please mail payments to:

Cumberland Mutual
PO Box 645858
Cincinnati, OH 45264-5858

If you mail payments using the provided invoice stub and return envelope, or if you are enrolled in automatic payments with Cumberland Mutual, no changes are necessary as the new address will be printed on all future invoices and return envelopes.

You can continue to use the office street address of 633 Shiloh Pike, Bridgeton NJ, 08302 and PO Box 556 for all non-payment mail.

If you have any questions, call 800-232-6992, option 2 to speak with a billing representative.

Thank you for choosing Cumberland Mutual for your insurance needs!

Stop New Jersey Insurance Rates From Skyrocketing

Your elected officials are currently considering legislation that would dramatically broaden the standard to prove “bad faith” when you have a disagreement with your insurer over uninsured and uninsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage.

This will lead to an increased number of lawsuits being filed in UM/UIM cases and companies will settle for artificially higher payout amounts in an attempt to avoid the potentially significant jury awards this legislation could lead to. The unintended consequence of this bill would be an increase in the cost of UM/UIM coverage, which is a coverage included in all Standard automobile insurance policies.

Couched as consumer protection, this bill disregards the fact that New Jersey has strong laws and regulations* that protect consumers when they have a dispute with their insurer.  Read More Here

Tell Trenton: Don’t Touch My Insurance Rates