World-Class Workers' Compensation Part One of Two

Lawson, Hedley
April 2007
LabTalk;Apr/May2007, Vol. 35 Issue 156, p20
Trade Publication
The article deals with the costs paid by workers' compensation insurance. The author states that workers should secure a broker that has an in-depth knowledge of the insurance market and the proven ability to provide exceptional service. The author adds that it is important that employers possess depth and breadth of expertise throughout the broker's staff.


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