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Reduce Your Workers Comp Costs 20-50%

Workers' compensation is not just a cost of doing business as many CEOs, CFO's and Business Owners think. It is an expense within your control. There are two reasons workers compensation costs are high. First, there are too many claims lasting too long. Second, the employer is not taking charge of the workers compensation process. Don't make the mistake many other employers have made. Take charge of your workers compensation costs today! Just … [Read More...]

Risk Management Professional

Free Weekly Newsletter with Tips & Hints to Reduce Workers Comp Costs

Sign up for our weekly newsletter with workers compensation cost reduction hints and tips.     Sign-Up for Our Newsletter View previous newsletters in our Newsletter Archive Free Weekly Newsletter Can Help You Reduce Your Workers' Comp Costs Articles drawn from our top rated and award winning blog Success stories based on field research Contains local, state, national, federal, international workers' comp … [Read More...]

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Looking for an expert solution to reduce your Workers Comp insurance premiums? You've come to the right place! Submit the form below and one of our specially-trained agents will call you within 24 hours. We look forward to working with you to develop a custom solution for your business. You'll be amazed at the difference an expert can make!   Fill out the form below, or call 781-561-5222 during normal business hours (Eastern … [Read More...]

Workers' Comp State Laws and Regulations for Employers

Business Services to Improve Your Bottom Line

We are industry leaders in workers' compensation and injury management cost containment. Our team includes consultants, attorneys and medical doctors who can discuss the extent of an injury during training or help train your internal medical department. We can also help your risk management organization or insurance agency improve your bottom line through our marketing communications and advertising programs, which we customize for your niche-target … [Read More...]

Workers' Compensation Investigators

Workers’ Compensation Investigators Directory

GCS Nationwide Investigative Services Servicing Companies Nationwide Investigative services of all types including: SIU, Surveillance, Social Networking, Background Searches, Medical Searches, Activities Check/Neighborhood Canvass, Alive and Well Verification, Photo Cases (Accident Scene Documentation), "Witness"/Individual Location, Claims Reviews, Presentations.   Contact: Ryan Pischke Phone: 888-365-3940 … [Read More...]

3rd-Party Administration

Third Party Administrator Selection Process

Select 3rd-Party Administrator

18 Key Considerations for Selecting a Third Party Administrator or Insurance Company to Control Your Workers' Compensation Claims By WCK Staff - Updated December 2011 Selecting the best third-party … [Read More...]

Structured Settlements

Structured Settlements

Structured Settlements in Workers’ Compensation

Self-insured employers often question how to resolve their high value and difficult to conclude claims. The financial expectations and medical needs of the injured employees create complicated issues preventing a claim settlement. Structured settlements can often be the bridge to … [Read More...]

Pharmacy Benefits Management

Pharmacy Benefits Management

Pharamacy Benefits Management of Workers Compensation Drug Costs

Controlling workers compensation prescription drug cost is vital to controlling the cost of workers compensation. Utilization of a Pharmacy Benefit Management company (PBM) is a way to solve problems that drive up drug costs.; [Read More...]

Fraud

Eliminate Workers Comp Fraud

Eliminate Workers Comp Fraud

Do you use all techniques available to eliminate workers' comp claims? A small percentage of workers' comp claims are fraudulent, but quite a few claims (nearly 25% of all lost-time claims) are  "exaggerated." This is calling malingering. In other words, the claim lasts longer than … [Read More...]

Injuries

Injury Response

Improve Immediate Injury Response

Have procedures in place from the moment an injury occurs until an employee returns to work on full duty or transitional duty. Having procedures in place sends the message that you - the employer - are in control. Report the claim to your claim administrator immediately so the … [Read More...]

Medicare

Medicare Set-Aside Basics

Medicare Set-aside Arrangement Basics

Need Help Now? Try Our Directory of Workers' Comp Service Providers Medicare Compliance Employers are required to set aside the amount of future medical expenses. Compliance is complex and … [Read More...]

Return-to-Work

Return-to-Work Programs & Transitional Duty Policies

Return-to-Work Programs & Transitional Duty Policies

Bring Employees Back to Work Sooner The fundamental reason WC Costs are too high is: Too Many Employees are Out of Work Too Long Return to work programs focus on bringing employees back to work as soon as they are … [Read More...]

Buy Insurance

Buyer's Guide: Workers Comp Insurance Policy and Coverage

Buyer’s Guide: Workers Comp Insurance Policy and Coverage Information

When you open or run a business, you need to determine whether workers' compensation coverage is required. It probably is! How much does workers' compensation insurance cost a business? The cost of workers' compensation varies depending on the number of employees, how risky … [Read More...]

Claims

Claim Handling: Workers Compensation Best Practices

Claim Handling: Workers Compensation Best Practices

"Best practices" are often referenced in the handling of workers compensation claims without an explanation as to what they are or what the insurance industry standards are for handling workers compensation claims. While "best practices" vary slightly from insurance company to … [Read More...]

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Provider Selection Process

Selection of Physical Therapy Providers

Doctors Usually Refer Employees to Physical Therapist An area often overlooked by employers and the workers compensation insurance adjusters is the proper selection of the physical therapist and office. Normally the … [Read More...]

Medical Costs

Medical Cost Containment Strategies

Medical Cost Containment Strategies

Look at the Total Loss Costs (TLC), Not Just the Line-by-Line Items. The best technique to control medical costs in workers' compensation is a Total Loss Cost (TLC) approach. To be truly effective in controlling the medical cost of workers' compensation, employers and insurers … [Read More...]

Issues by Industry

Workers Comp by Industry

Industries

Workers' Compensation Issues by Industry Agriculture Amusement Parks Banking Casinos Commercial Fishermen Construction Entertainment Federal Government Food & Beverage … [Read More...]

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  • Recognize And Prevent Red Flags Of Escalated Work Comp Claim Costs July 25, 2014
    One of the biggest threats to an employer’s workers compensation cost is often not one bad claim, but an escalated cost an multiple claims. With that in mind, there are several ways whereby an employer can reduce the chances for leakage and continuously higher claim costs.     Red Flags Of Escalated Claim Cost   At the time a workers compensation adjuster ge
  • WorkSafe Australia to Inspect Motor Vehicle Repair Businesses July 25, 2014
    Authorities in Australia are not overlooking the importance of having a safe working environment for those repairing motor vehicles.   WorkSafe said recently that it will soon undertake an inspection program to look at safety issues in motor vehicle repair businesses.   Throughout the 2014/15 financial year in metropolitan and regional areas, inspectors will
  • Communicate Your Work Comp Program So Employees Use It July 24, 2014
    Having a great workers’ comp program is meaningless if your employees don’t know about it and use it. To get your employees to know about the program, you have to tell them about it, not just once. After initially delivering the information about your workers’ comp program, you need to reinforce and remind them of its importance. And it is not enough that th
  • Massachusetts Employer Cited after Supervisor’s Death July 24, 2014
    The death of one man on the job has led to a sizable fine for one Massachusetts business.   A 35-year-old sanitation supervisor at a New Bedford fish processing plant died on Jan. 16, this after he was caught in the rotating parts of the shucking machine he was cleaning.   Following an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and H
  • Injury Prevention: Look In Mirror, “You’re Looking At The Problem” July 23, 2014
    All injuries are preventable. If you really think about it, if everyone did everything they were supposed to do accidents probably would never happen.   Sure equipment fails, or gets worn out and fails, or tires blow out when you run over a nail, but think about it: That nail maybe wouldn’t be on the road if a worker hadn’t left a box of nails on the bed of

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