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Terrorism Risk Insurance Bill Passes House

The federal backstop for anti-terrorism insurance passes the House, but it could get crowded out by other priorities in the Senate. Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis, provides his predictions on the bill’s fate to CFO Magazine. View the full article here.

Workers’ Comp Issues to Watch in 2015

Tis the season for reflections on the past and predictions for the future. As we kick off 2015, Mark Walls, Vice President of Communications & Strategic Analysis, writes about his thoughts on the workers’ compensation issues to watch this year on Insurance Thought Leadership. View the full article here.

Workers’ Comp Insurers Unfazed by TRIA Failure For Now But Expect Quick Fix

Insurance Journal interviewed several insurance executives on their outlook while the industry expects the new Congress that convenes this week to act quickly to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). Mark Walls, Vice President of Communications & Strategic Analysis, explains why there appears to be little reaction in the…

Join Safety National at the National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference & Expo

November 19-21, 2014, Safety National will be attending, exhibiting and speaking at the National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference & Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit us at booth # 1539 and don’t miss our sessions: Risk Financing: Selecting the Best Option for Your Company – Nov. 19 at 2:30…

Mark Wilhelm to Speak at Casualty Insights Conference

Safety National’s CEO, Mark Wilhelm, will participate on a CEO panel at Advisen’s Casualty Insights Conference on Tuesday, March 19th. He will join a group of CEOs from other prominent insurance carriers in a session titled, “The State of the Casualty Insurance Market,” where panelists will discuss trends related to…

Safety National Contributes to myMatrixx Opioid Case Study

Unmanageable Or Simply Unmanaged? A Look Inside An Opioid Drug Treatment Case In workers’ compensation, it is commonplace for Pharmacy Benefit Management companies (PBM’s) to inherit catastrophic cases. This study tells of one such claim that myMatrixx faced. Drug therapy costs had reached alarming heights and the claim was in…

Safety National Releases Report on Self-Insured Groups

Safety National, announced today the release of a report detailing best practices for Self-Insured Groups (SIGs). The company is the overall leading provider of excess workers’ compensation coverage in the U.S., including for SIGs. The report provides advice based on years of experience working with successful and stable groups. “Self-Insured…

Best’s Review Highlights Safety National’s Success in Excess Work Comp Market

Best’s Review magazine featured Safety National prominently in its January 2011 article entitled “video interview