Thursday, September 13, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT
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Vicki Lee 
Brakke-Schafnitz Insurance Brokers, The Henderson Group, and Ethos Human Capital Solutions 

How to Cope with Questionable Workers' Comp Claims 

Please join us for a discussion of questionable workers' comp claims and what you can do to prevent them. Our experts will share tips for preventing and managing claims, as well as how having the right insurance brokers in place can save you money and lower your risk.

Diana Henderson of The Henderson Group and Linda Duffy of Ethos Human Capital Solutions will answer these questions and more:

  • What is a continuous trauma (CT) injury claim?
  • Is there a statute of limitations for a former employee to file this type of claim?
  • Why have CT claims become such a problem in California?
  • What can an employer do to prevent or defend these types of claims?
  • What steps can be implemented to avoid hiring potential problem employees?
  • How can an employer limit potential liability?

Cara Dutton and Melody Henderson of Brakke- Schafnitz Insurance Brokers will discuss: 

  • What is an Experience Modification and how important is this factor is to your Workers’ Comp premium?
  • How common it is to have errors in your Experience Modification calculation.
  • How Experience Modification Audits can lead to potential savings for your company.

Kim Dannettell of Brakke-Schafnitz Insurance Brokers will review: 

  • Why your Employee Benefits plan is important in preventing fraudulent Workers’ Comp claims.
  • Why it is important to have your Workers’ Comp and Employee Benefits Brokers communicating with each other.
  • How excluding an owner from Workers’ Comp premiums could be a huge exposure.