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If You Don’t Know Why 6 Months after Your Policy Expires is such a Critical Date,
You may be Overpaying for Your Workers Comp Insurance
Is this You?
“I’m sick and tired of my work comp costs pay going up,up,up - it’s going to put me out of business!”
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- At Last, You CAN reduce your workers comp costs !
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If your business has an experience modification factor that means that you have been in business at least 3 years and you have paid at least $9,700 per year for all of the last 3 years in Workers Comp total premiums. Having an experience modification can be good news, or it can be an opportunity…Read More
When many business owners think of Workers Comp coverage, there’s only one thing that primarily comes to mind. What is the expense/cost to my P&L? Yes, the coverage is important and required by law, however most entrepreneurs don’t plan to use their Workers Comp coverage. The true cost of your Workers Comp coverage is driven…Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people now work. Safety and Social distancing guidelines have required employers to enable employees to work remotely from their homes when possible. Even after a vaccine is commonplace and we get back to a “new normal,” the work from home trend will not necessarily end. Business leaders believe…Read More
With so much changing as the new SB 1159 law has come into effect, Mike Stromsoe of Stromsoe Insurance Agency sits down virtually with Daneen Ashworth of Compass HR to find out how this law affects business owners across California. Mike Stromsoe: Hey, everybody. My name is Mike Stromsoe, and I’m here with… Daneen Ashworth:…Read More
Governor Newsom signed SB 1159 into law impacting COVID-19 related Workers’ Compensation Coverage and creating new notice and reporting requirements related to COVID-19 workplace exposures. What is the new law SB1159 and when does it take effect? It is a California law that was signed on September 17, 2020 and will carry through until…Read More
Fighting Workers’ Compensation Audit Overcharges Lack of Attention A large majority of workers comp policies renew on January 1st. We hope these tips help you as an auditor will be contacting you soon if they haven’t yet. Workers’ Compensation costs are a major expense item for most businesses today. Although most businesses focus on…Read More
If you are an owner of a company that carries workers compensation insurance to protect your employees for medical injury and lost wages while on the job, you may or may not be covered. If you are not sure, ask your agent/insurance company or call me at 951-239-4494. If you ARE covered for workers comp…Read More
Assembly Bill (AB) 5 will begin to impact the California workers’ compensation market on July 1, 2020. We’d like to help you prepare by sharing with you what we know about the bill, and the initial steps we’re taking to prepare to implement it. (Note that AB 5 impacts work comp policies beginning July 1,…Read More
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