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Three Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Workers’ Compensation Policy
Here are three value-adds to ask your insurance agent or carrier about to get the most of out of your workers’ compensation policy.
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Four Common Restaurant Safety Risks
One of the best ways to reduce the likelihood of a workplace accident is to identify common causes and implement proper safety measures.
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Don’t Get Caught Red-Handed

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Don’t Get Caught Red-Handed
Three ways to help avoid policy-related fraud.
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Four Reasons to File Workers’ Compensation Claims Fast
Reporting workers’ compensation claims as soon as possible following a workplace accident is important. The sooner your carrier receives the claim, the better it is for everyone involved.
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What is workers’ compensation insurance? And why you need it...
Workers’ compensation insurance is not only a statutory requirement in most states, it also helps protect your employees and your business. By taking advantage of value-added services such as loss control support and implementing a culture of safety, you may help keep your premiums lower.
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Three Things to Look Out For when Reviewing a Workers’ Compensation Loss Run Report
A loss run report is an important tool that provides business owners a clear picture of their claims history and shows how losses can potentially contribute to increased premium costs. For this reason, a loss run report is one of the most important documents to regularly review and understand. If you notice any discrepancies or have questions about the information reported in your loss run report, contact your agent or workers’ compensation insurance carrier.
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