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

Large scaffolding company embraces change

7 years, 10 months ago ,

INSUREDThis company employs over 50 people with locations in two states. SITUATIONThe company experienced a substantial increase in claims activity in one year, going from $45,039 to $107,606. The majority of these claims were longstanding and many proved to be...

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Nursing Home conglomerate saves $350,000

7 years, 10 months ago ,

INSURED A conglomerate of associated companies with several locations within one state. SITUATION Over the course of five years, the company purchased multiple related companies. Numerous errors were made when combining the loss experience. Some were never combined with the...

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Comprehensive Workers’ Comp program lowers premium by 44%

7 years, 10 months ago ,

INSURED The insured is a manufacturer with 25 employees and annual revenues of $25 million. SITUATION The company experienced a spike in its Experience Mod and a corresponding increase in its premiums. Premiums were increasing at a disturbing rate of...

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Wholesaler gets down to nuts & bolts with a Return-To-Work program

7 years, 10 months ago

INSURED The company, a wholesaler specializing in mailing parts, employs 50 workers. SITUATION Traditionally, the company had a low Experience Mod, but was now looking at a potential leap from .92 to 1.15. The company did not understand the reasons...

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Workers’ Comp program saves roofing company $100,000

7 years, 10 months ago

INSURED A commercial roofing company that employs more than 200 people and has approximately $15 million in annual revenue. SITUATION The company saw its Experience Modification Factor reach as high as 1.0. In addition to increased premiums, there was the...

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Workers’ Comp program saves Non-Profit $600,000

7 years, 10 months ago

INSURED A distribution company with 450 employees. SITUATION Since the company's Experience Modification Factor reached an alarming 2.04, they were placed in the state's assigned risk pool, as well as assessed ARAP surcharges. ASSESSMENT CWCAs worked closely with the company...

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