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January 2013  

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While we certainly hope that you are never involved in an auto  accident, we realize that they do happen. That's the reason why you trusted Soucy Insurance to find the right auto insurance for you.  


If you are ever involved in an accident, the following suggestions will help the claim process move ahead smoothly. Please print this out and keep a copy in your glove box.

  • Make sure that everyone is unhurt-in your car and any others involved. If anyone is injured, call 911 immediately. Even if you think your injuries are minor, it is probably a good idea to have them checked out-either at the hospital or with your family doctor. A seemingly minor injury could turn out to be more serious.
  • Call the police. They can help defuse a difficult situation and ascertain who is at fault. Make sure that police on the scene get the names, addresses, and phone numbers of all other involved parties. Ask for a copy of the police report from the officer.

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 The Museum of Work and Culture

A Jewel for Woonsocket and Rhode Island


The Museum of Work and Culture Gala was a tremendous success and an excellent way to commemorate its 15th anniversary.  
David Soucy proudly serves as President of the Museum's Preservation Foundation, and the event raised over $50,000 to make certain the museum remains viable for generations to come.
(Left to right) Raymond Backon, Co-Director of the Museum; Marie-Claude Francoeur, Delegate of Quebec in New England; Simone Bacon; David Soucy, Foundation President; Peter Conway; Anne Conway, Museum Co-Director; Dr. Morgan Grefe, Executive Director Rhode Island Historical Society; Aaron Annable, Consul of Canada and Jennifer Annable.
Photo credit: Potter Photography