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The Difference Between Fault and Preventability in a Crash Fault and preventability are two terms motor carriers often confuse. The process of determining who was at fault in a collision is typically based on applicable ...
What to Do if a Load is Rejected A load can be rightfully rejected for several reasons, such as the goods were not delivered at the agreed-upon time or shifted in transit and were damaged. When a ...
Managing Catastrophic Workers' Compensation Injuries in Partnership with a TPA After receiving a call that an employee has been involved in a catastrophic accident, the next steps taken are critical to the outcome of how the claim develops ...
Key Cost Drivers in Lost-Time Workers' Compensation Claims According to NCCI, workers’ compensation benefits cost U.S employers nearly 200 billion dollars annually. Seven states account for 50% of all workers’ ...
6 Key Emerging Technologies Improving Safety in the Workplace Technology in the workplace focusing on improved worker safety is constantly developing. Employers need to take notice and be continuously educated on emerging ...
Are Your Remote Workers Equipped with the Right Tools to be Successful? More and more companies are implementing a telecommuting policy. This trend is becoming more prevalent in the insurance industry. One reason is because baby ...
Is Accident Reporting Your Achilles Heel? There is a misguided belief by some motor carriers that delaying or failing to report claims to their insurers will work in their favor. On the contrary, it can ...

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