What Is a Workers Compensation Audit?

Adam Murray – September 22, 2020

Workers Compensation Insurance is intended to pay for the medical payments of employees who sustain work-related injuries. This could be an employee who sprains their wrist while tripping in the office, or something more serious, such as forklift injury. In any case, worker’s compensation insurance is designed to make sure that an employer can take […] Read More

Reducing Worker’s Compensations Costs during COVID-19

– September 14, 2020

COVID-19 has brought unprecedented challenges and changes. One such change is with your worker’s compensation insurance. Worker’s compensation insurance rates are based upon employee’s job classifications and the payroll figures for that classification. Now that many of you may be paying furloughed employees, reassigning job duties, and having employees work from home, your worker’s compensation […] Read More

New & Existing Coverage Options

Daniel Crichlow – September 8, 2020

Over the past few years, personal insurance companies have started to come out with a few new coverage options. From the first meeting, they seem to be great assets, and I think they’ll continue to prove themselves to be. However, don’t let these fade out some of the old coverages. New Coverage’s Utility Line Coverage […] Read More