7 Secrets that Cost Your Client a Bundle on their Workers' Comp

Increase in Use of Electronics Creating “Intexticated”
Teresa Long 5 years, 8 months ago

The proliferation of personal technology, predominantly cell phones, Blackberrys, and iPods, now infiltrates work life as well as leisure time. These devices are impacting job safety, a not‐so‐good vibration being felt, literally, from coast to coast. A Boston trolley driver...

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Six Actions Employers Can Take to Control Runaway Workers’ Compensation Medical
Kevin Ring & Teresa Long 5 years, 9 months ago

Rising medical expenses are the culprits driving up Workers’ Compensation costs. While it’s true that Workers’ Comp rates are mostly flat or going down, any savings is being more than eaten up by higher medical bills. With the possible exception...

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What Insurance Agents Need To Know To Help Keep a Client’s Experience Mod Under Control
Kevin Ring 5 years, 9 months ago

By the very nature of the insurance business, agents are busy folks. So, it’s easy to understand how some “details” can be missed, like the importance of keeping a trained eye on an employer’s Workers’ Compensation Experience Modification Factor. What...

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14-point Workers’ Comp Annual Checkup That Can Protect You Against WorkComp Claims
Kevin Ring 5 years, 10 months ago

As we head into the New Year, this is a perfect time to take a step back and look at your Workers’ Compensation program. By assessing its strengths and weaknesses, you create a blueprint of potential dangers that could easily...

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10 Ways to Find Lost Money in Workers’ Compensation Loss Run Reports
Teresa A Long 5 years, 10 months ago

Nineteenth century Attorney Russell Conwell earned more than $6,000,000 delivering his famous “Acres of Diamond” speech. He said that riches are right in front of us, although most people spend their lives looking far and wide. It’s the same with...

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