Protect Your Business with Workers’ Compensation

Workers' CompensationYour company does a lot to minimize risks for your employees, but what are you doing to minimize risk for your company? While focusing on protecting your employees is important, it’s equally important to protect yourself. In industries in which there’s even a slight chance of harm-inducing accidents, not having a solid plan for workers’ compensation is dangerous. Particularly in high-risk industries like those involving construction, electrical work, etc., your company can’t afford not to think about the effectiveness of its worker’s comp policy. At The Seltzer Group, we work with companies every day to decide what type of plan is right for them and their employees. We provide not only workers’ compensation insurance, but also program consultations, training, and expert claims administration services as well so you can feel confident about your plan.

Customized Workers’ Compensation Benefits

The Seltzer Group strives to provide premium service to our clients, so we don’t stick to a set of pre-designed, one-size-fits-all policies. We offer fully customizeable processes and services, including:

  • Claims prevention
  • Management
  • Communication
  • Claims administration
  • Audits
  • Stay-at-work programs
  • Hiring process consulting

Trusted Workers’ Compensation Provider

Our team is here to be your partner in finding the best fit for your company and your employees. We aim to provide true service, not commit you to a policy and walk away. We’ll be here to thoroughly discuss with you your options and help you make an informed decision, and we’re happy to answer all your questions at any point. We understand how intimidating making choices about workers’ compensation systems can be, so we do everything we can to make the process as easy as possible so you can get what you need how you need it.

To get started with The Seltzer Group, just give us a call at (888) 366-1000. Or, you can request a consultation online.

 

Protect Your Business with Workers’ Compensation was last modified: March 3rd, 2017 by Jessica Wimmer