Monthly Archives: June 2016

What does the California Work Comp Rate Reduction mean?

The California Department of Insurance has approved a 9.5 % drop in work comp rates, but what does this mean for your business? Earlier this week there was some very good news that came out for business owners in the state of California. This news was that the California Department… Read more »

Lawyers Work Comp Needs

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Lawyers, Law Firms and Attorneys need to be up to speed on their states requirements for workers compensation coverage.   Lawyers and attorneys are legal professionals who are entrusted by a client for advice in handling some or all of their legal matters. This can include but is not limited… Read more »

Non-profit Agencies

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Non profit companies make a large portion of the small business community. According to Andrea Wells of, “This critical sector represents more than 1.5 million organizations and accounts for almost 10 percent of all salaries and wages paid in the United States.”  That represents a large customer base for… Read more »

Beauty Shop, Salon, Spas and Barber Shop

There are several names or terms referring to businesses in the Salon Industry. They are commonly referred to as as a barber shop, beauty shop, salon or spa. These businesses typically cut, style, trim and color hair. Other services may be offered, such as wig cleaning and styling, massage, nail care,… Read more »

Retail Stores

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Retail stores, wholesale distributors, warehousing businesses and apparel stores are an enormous part of the economy that make up almost 12% of the entire workers compensation insurance market. Most carriers are willing to quote coverage for this industry, but prices vary considerably between insurance companies. This is because many carriers… Read more »