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Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation provides compensation for your employees for medical care in the event they are injured on the job, including medical benefits, income benefits, death benefits and rehabilitation benefits.

Even at the safest workplaces with the most vigilant staff – accidents happen. Workers Compensation provides compensation for your employees for medical care in the event they are injured on the job, including medical benefits, income benefits, death benefits and rehabilitation benefits. Accidental injuries, death resulting from the accident as well as occupational diseases, unique to the occupation, are covered. Our team will work to ensure you and your employees are protected in case an accident does occur on the job.

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Nov
30th
IRS Employer Mandate Penalty Assessments Begin

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Executive Order on ACA

Oct
17th
Executive Branch Takes Action on the ACA (Benefit Minute)

In the last week, the Trump administration has taken action to make changes to certain aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  This action includes two new interim final regulations that scale back the ACA’s contraceptive coverage mandate, an Executive Order related to association health plans (AHP), health reimbursement arrangements (HRA) and short-term limited-duration insurance, […]

Oct
11th
A day in the life of a PSA intern

This year, we have officially kicked off a summer internship program for the future generation of insurance professionals, which we’ve featured in an earlier post Growing Your Next Insurance Partner.

Sep
27th
Recent Court Cases Impacting Employee Benefits (Benefit Minute)

This issue of the Benefit Minute summarizes recent judicial activity which may affect employers and their benefit plans.