RIMS Review

At RIMS 2015, Workers’ Compensation stakeholders participated in WorkCompWire’s “RIMS Review.” Steve Luebbert, Chief Operating Officer, weighs in on the current challenges and  trends that are potential big changes in the Workers’ Compensation industry.  See what he focused on for this year and for the future. See what Steve had…

Maintain a Competitive Advantage by Implementing Policy Services Best Practices

Cyndee Morton, Vice President of Policy Services Administration, offers best practices for policy services administration to WorkCompWire’s Leader Speaks series.”Doing what we’ve always done” should not be the status quo.Policy services teams are tasked with controlling costs while producing positive results. View the entire article here.  

Safety National Promotes Tom Grove to Senior Vice President – Business Development

Safety National Casualty Corporation has appointed Tom Grove to the position of Senior Vice President – Business Development. In his new role, Grove is responsible for leading Safety National’s business development, broker relations and sales functions. Grove began his career with Safety National in 1992 and has held various sales…

Safety National Emphasizes Commitment to Reinsurance Offerings with Creation of Safety National Re

Safety National Casualty Corporation announced today that it has rebranded its reinsurance platform as Safety National Re. Safety National Re will continue to offer its existing products and solid financial security, which includes over $1.25 billion in surplus as well as Safety National Casualty Corporation’s A+ rating from A.M. Best…

Join Safety National at RIMS

Sunday, April 26 2:00 pm  We will be streaming Out Front Ideas with Kimberly & Mark LIVE from RIMS!  Click here to watch the live stream of a Q&A with industry stakeholders’ on the evolution of the workers’ compensation industry.   Monday, April 27 10:00 am The exhibit hall is…

States—Not Feds—Should Oversee Workers’ Comp; Reform Challenges Mount

The fate of the “exclusive remedy” feature of the workers’ compensation system rests in the hands of the courts in several states, and a new OSHA reporting rule could deliver a brand new weapon to plaintiffs’ attorneys to erode it in the rest, a comp insurance expert reported last month….

Safety National Makes Four-Year Commitment to Kids’ Chance of America

Safety National is proud to announce that the company has committed $25,000 annually through 2018 to Kids’ Chance of America, a non-profit charity providing scholarship support to children of seriously or fatally injured workers. Since 1988, Kids’ Chance has provided scholarships to children where a parent has been seriously injured…

Tom Leahy Joins Safety National as Business Development Manager

Safety National Casualty Corporation announced today that Tom Leahy has joined the company as Business Development Manager. With over 15 years of industry-related business development and account management experience, Leahy brings a strong background to Safety National. Leahy held a variety of client- and market-facing roles with Marsh, most recently…

Self-Insuring Workers’ Comp

Seth Smith, Senior Vice President of Excess Workers’ Compensation Underwriting, tells Rough Notes why self-insuring workers’ compensation can be one of the best alternatives for employers who want control. View the full article here.