Workers’ Comp Renewals Stable for 2016

Risk & Insurance reports that employers with good loss histories looking to renew their workers’ compensation insurance coverage for 2016 will likely encounter insurers holding their prices relatively level to retain the business. Seth Smith, Senior Vice President of Underwriting, discusses what the excess market can expect. View the article…

Turbulence Ahead in Workers’ Comp?

The workers’ compensation market is characterized as stable, but changes in the nation’s workforce, coupled with rapid-fire technological advancements, threaten to upset the balance of the industry. Mark Walls, VP of Communications & Strategic Analysis, discusses cost drivers and evolving claims models with PC360 in their article on the future…

Safety National’s Positive Impact on Injured Workers

At Safety National, we assist our policyholders in the management of their complex and catastrophic workers’ compensation claims with the goal of obtaining the best outcome for the injured workers. Our approach focuses on the collaborative team effort that is needed to achieve successful outcomes. A recent success story cumulated…

Variety Bike Build Event

Safety National volunteers spent a Saturday morning building bicycles at Variety Club’s “Bikes for Kids” event. Toolboxes in hand, volunteers built traditional bikes for disadvantaged children and therapeutic bikes for children with physical disabilities. Just in time for the holidays, over 200 excited kids paraded in to receive their bicycles.

Project Peanut Butter Luncheon

Each year Safety National sponsors a peanut butter and jelly luncheon to support Project Peanut Butter – a St. Louis-based initiative to feed malnourished children in Somalia. The stated challenge was that $25 can save a life. So far, employee donation totals reflect the equivalent of 99 lives saved during…