Selecting and Training an Injury Management Coordinator

Posted March 11, 2019 at 8:08 in Workers Compensation in Commercial Insurance

Even with the best safety programs in place, accidents can still happen. When an injury occurs, several parties can be involved: the injured worker, his or her supervisor, medical personnel, human resources and more. While all these people may be working to help the injured employee, they may not be clear on how to work together unless they have a coach. That coach is the Injury Management Coordinator. Continue reading

HOME MATTERS: Fireplace Safety Tips

Posted February 25, 2019 at 11:27 in Personal Insurance

Did you know? The U.S. Fire Administration states that 75 percent of confined home heating fires occur in the chimney and flute of your fireplace. Performing simple safety measures and maintenance on your fireplace will ensure your family and home stay safe. Continue reading

Reduce Your Exposures During Work Events

Posted January 09, 2019 at 11:11 in Commercial Insurance

Businesses host parties for a variety of reasons, including the holidays and organizational accomplishments. While these events are fun, team-building opportunities, they can create a number of risks for the hosting company. In fact, in the event that an employee is injured at the party or cause property damage, the employer is usually the one held responsible. This can affect a company for years. Continue reading

Understanding Construction Contracts

Posted December 03, 2018 at 2:26 in Workers Compensation in Commercial Insurance

Construction contracts can contain terms that impact your company’s bottom line. Reviewing them carefully prior to signing is indispensable, and can save your company time and money. This contract review guide is meant to be a starting point for reviewing contracts in general. It highlights some common contract terms and their potential impact. You can begin to understand which terms are most often negotiated in contracts generally. Then, with the help of licensed inside or outside counsel, analyze the commercial risks associated with construction contracts in depth and understand terms and conditions to protect your company’s assets. Continue reading

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