Is Your Business Hiring This Summer?

Many businesses today offer college students the opportunity to hold a summer intern position. These can be rewarding for the college student as well as provide some help to the business. Offering paid or non-paid internships can create risk for your business.  We wanted to highlight some of the business risks associated with having interns.  Before you bring that person on board, make sure your... Read Article

Are Younger Workers More Accident Prone?

The National Council on Compensation Insurance Says Yes In a recent study by the National Council on Compensation Insurance, younger workers (ages 20-35) have more injuries than older ones. Older workers (ages 45-64) experience more high cost injuries, such as injuries to joints like rotator cuffs and knees. Workers aged 20-35 more commonly experienced ankle sprains. The real factor influencing the difference in medical severities... Read Article

Civil Disobedience Is Newer Civil

A Risk Management Update There seems to be a growing number of protects and civil disobedience these days. For whatever the reason for the protests, it does create a risk for your business. Your business insurance is designed to protect your business from unknown claims or accidents. Our job is to be your business insurance resource and to provide you with the best combination of... Read Article

How Property Insurance Helps Your Business

A Business Insurance Update Every business owns business property, and you may also own the building in which you run your operations. Property insurance protects the physical assets your nonprofit owns – such as computers, office equipment, buildings, furniture, fixtures, and other property. Every business should have a property insurance coverage to respond to the many risks associated with property ownership. Property policies offer many... Read Article

The Benefits of a Workers’ Compensation Experience Modifier Review

Your Experience Mod Is Your Work Comp Identity It is a fact that many employers overpay for their workers’ compensation premiums.  One of the reasons is that their experience modifier is not accurate. The experience modifier is a numeric representation of your company’s loss history compared to the average for your industry. If your loss history is average, your modifier should be 1.00. The experience... Read Article