The Road to Recovery: Follow These Tips if a Loss Occurs
In the wake of a natural disaster, your goal is to get your business up and running again as soon as possible. During these potentially stressful and challenging times, Amerisure partners with your agency, who will advocate for your business and collaborate with our dedicated service teams throughout the claims process.
The Road to Recovery: What To Do When a Loss Occurs
In the wake of a natural disaster, you want to get your business up and running as soon as possible. During these stressful times, Amerisure Insurance partners with your agency throughout the claim process. Our valued agencies are here to advocate for your business and collaborate with us to ensure the claim goes smoothly.
OSHA to Post Employer-Specific Safety Data
For the first time, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will publicly disclose establishment-specific injury and illness data from certain employers (see Table, below). Under a new rule that took effect January 1, employers must submit some data electronically so OSHA can post it on its website.
Managing Your Employees’ Chronic Pain…and Your Bottom Line
Managing chronic pain can be a real challenge for both an employer as well as the employee. Conscientious employees want to get better and back to work but are often fearful of overmedicating. At the same time, responsible employers want to demonstrate the proper level of concern without appearing to be interfering with prescribed treatment.
What is "Construction Defect" and Why All the Fuss?
Construction Defect is a two-word phrase that has taken on a life of its own over the past 20 years. To be clear, construction defect claims have existed ever since construction projects began, but the construction boom of the 1990's dramatically increased the amount of construction defect claims that made their way into the courts. So what is construction defect and why all the fuss?