Workers’ Compensation Claims
Slips and trips in the workplace are no laughing matter. Something as seemingly minor and innocent as slipping on a wet floor has the potential to turn into a much greater incident, possibly even a worker’s compensation claim if there is an injury involved.
5 Ways an Active Trade Association Helps Captive Owners Thrive Amid Change
The U.S. captive industry continues to grow, but a limited pool of talent and expertise poses challenges. A trade association that works closely with domicile regulators can help captive owners adapt and succeed amid a changing environment.
Determining Liability Is No Longer Black and White. These 3 Macro Trends Are Blurring the Line
Technological, social and economic trends are converging to complicate liability exposure, driving up claim frequency and severity. Here’s what every company needs to know about this rapidly shifting landscape.
To Solve Complex WC Claims, this New Model Takes an Interdisciplinary, Proactive Approach to Care
In WC, treatment is too often siloed into discrete products, resulting in disjointed, misaligned care and escalating claim duration and cost. A more integrated approach can address these pain points.