Protecting Your Business
Knowing you’re protected allows you to keep moving your company forward without worrying about ugly surprises damaging your projections. Our process, strategic planning, and experience mean you have the right compliance, risk management strategy, and proper coverage design to protect your business.
Did You Know? Historical losses are the single leading driver of future insurance costs.
Historical losses – such as workplace driving accidents – are the single leading factor of insurance costs. Protect your employees and premiums by understanding what is in your control to change, and how to make a plan to improve. We will help you decipher your Experience Modification Factor by drawing a direct link between your overall risk management and your insurance needs, so you can take control over factors that drive the frequency and severity of losses. The more robust your risk management plan is, the more you are in control of your insurance buying process.
Reduce Costly Claims with our Risk Reduction Approach
Our approach allows for long-term reductions to your total cost of risk.
We will perform a site visit to evaluate your building and corporate entity to assess your company’s historical losses, current risks, and coverage needs.
Our team presents your best attributes to underwriters in the marketplace, positioning your company as an attractive risk to insure.
We make sure you are equipped with the right resources, information, and tactics to move your company toward lower costs and fewer insurance-related surprises.
By repeating this process each year, we ensure your program design and premiums keep pace with your business and risk management outcomes.
We Are Your Trusted Advisors
Our Risk Reduction Approach allows us to partner with our clients as trusted advisors and experts to help prevent risk from happening, prepare for situations impacting productivity, mitigate loss events to decrease their financial impact, and contain costs over time.
Commercial Insurance Coverage
- Commercial Property
- Commercial Liability
- Commercial Automotive
- Umbrella Liability
- Worker’s Compensation
- Employment Practices Liability
- Foreign Liability
- Directors & Officers Liability
- E-commerce and Cyber Liability
- Travel Health Insurance
- Risk Management Consulting
Did You Know? A fire down the street from your business closes off employee transportation routes, interrupting operations. Are you covered?
Insurance coverage is detailed, specific, and a legally binding contract. Many business leaders do not know their particular circumstance is not covered until after tragedy strikes. You need someone who is committed to re-evaluating your insurance program design every year so you know any circumstance – even losses that occur off-property – have been evaluated within the context of your current business operations and size.
We Start with Listening to You
Finance chiefs have the broad perspective of company operations, personnel, financial resources, and assets. You are responsible for minimizing the risks your company faces in all aspects of business: fixed-asset investment, supply operations, cyber security, and payment processing fall under your umbrella.
You bring your experience, we’ll add our insurance expertise, and together we expose the risk factors as well as the opportunities to highlight good practices. By analyzing safety, loss prevention practices, supply chain management, and other areas of operation, we help eliminate insurance-related surprises that disrupt operations or ruin your company projections.
We Equip You
By fully understanding your operations and needs, we will equip you with the resources to improve your risk management, including some of the following:
- Access to Databases
- Secure Online Platforms
- Claims Advocacy
- Market and Exposure Trends
Use this guide to discover the risks facing your business, including those that might not be seen, considered, or addressed in your risk management program. Download Now
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Workers’ compensation costs can make or break your bottom line. Many companies are taking proactive measures to help control rising worker’s compensation costs by considering where policy changes can affect the biggest results. To help with that effort, we have pulled together four articles to explain some of your options:
- Controlling Workers’ Comp Costs – and Your Bottom Line
- Understanding Your Workers’ Compensation Experience Modification Factor
- Five Strategies for Reducing Workers’ Compensation Costs
- Workplace Wellness Programs to Reduce Worker’s Compensation Costs
Don’t wait for a significant increase in your worker’s compensation costs to trigger a change. Download this resource to learn real-world tips on controlling your experience modification factor, building a solid OSHA program, creating a focused workplace wellness program, and more.