Archive For The “Red Hollingsworth” Category

Workers’ Compensation Injuries: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

By | June 21, 2013

Summertime is here and seasonal warm weather businesses are in full swing! Summertime can also mean taking some extra risks, like trying to finish a job faster to get out of the heat or the sun.  Managing work site injuries is always very important, no matter what season of the year. Depending on how your […]

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Walk This Way!

By | April 30, 2013

I started blogging about workers’ comp because let’s face facts, insurance is complicated and…can be a little boring. I know employers are not as passionate about work comp as I am! I hope that by sending you these weekly articles I have given you valuable and useful information. With handling work comp insurance there is […]

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Ten Commandments of Workers’ Compensation

By | May 22, 2012

Have a Fast Response Time.  How quickly you respond to an injury will have a huge impact on the outcome of your claim.  To achieve the best results, the proper actions and procedures in the post-accident response must be followed! Usually Occurs (so don’t do this!).  What usually happens is to drive the injured employee […]

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Warning, Will Robinson, Warning!

By | April 19, 2012

Guess what happens when insurance companies lose money? You got it, PREMIUMS GO UP!!! It is hard to believe workers’ compensation insurance carriers are going into their 4th consecutive unprofitable year. The average insurer is spending $1.22 for every dollar of premium received. Get ready for premium increases in workers’ compensation on your next renewal. (CLICK HERE to […]

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8 Keys to Lowering Workers’ Compensation Premiums

By | October 26, 2011

Written by: Bob Hollingsworth of The Buckner Company   1. Know Your Experience Modification Factor. The experience modification factor is one of the critical factors in determining the cost of your workers’ compensation premium.  Understanding how it works and how it is affected by your losses is vital.  There are some big changes coming in […]

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