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Conference Season is Upon Us

What is your recipe for success in the workers’ comp sector? We are on the heels of a jam-packed month of conferences! What was the lineup? First, the California Workers' Compensation & Risk Conference, Dana Point, then CAJPA in Lake Tahoe and the Entrepreneurial Insurance Symposium in Dallas, followed closely behind by STRIMA in Montana, and finally the AGRIP Educational Forum in Baltimore. In case you missed any of these conferences, let me fill you in...

Conference Season is Upon Us 2018-04-03T19:36:34+00:00

Company Nurse’s 20th Anniversary Part 2: 20 Years of Innovation

To put it simply, there is a lot of innovation in insurance today. V.J. Dowling, founder of Dowling & Partners Securities, so eloquently shared at the CWC & Risk Conference in September that he has been watching the property and casualty industry for 30 years, and the pace of change that is going on in the insurance industry is rapid as of late...

Company Nurse’s 20th Anniversary Part 2: 20 Years of Innovation 2018-04-16T19:45:33+00:00

Company Nurse 20th Anniversary Part 1: When Disrupting an Industry is Before its Time

Carving out a niche requires adaptation, forward thinking and finding solutions... Timing was not right for me when I launched Company Nurse in 1997. Company Nurse provided a new service, beyond the traditional provision of insurance and loss control services that employers and insurance agents were used to – Company Nurse was a little ahead of its time...

Company Nurse 20th Anniversary Part 1: When Disrupting an Industry is Before its Time 2018-04-16T19:46:16+00:00

Why Compassion for Everyone Could Have Saved a Life

Stepping in to help a complete stranger embodies the core values of our company. Being helped over the finish line by two gentlemen, a woman was in desperate need of medical attention – but just how critical the need wasn’t visibly apparent to onlookers. That is, until Christine Larson caught a glimpse of the situation.

Why Compassion for Everyone Could Have Saved a Life 2018-04-03T19:37:06+00:00