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Joe Bukovsky, leader of PMC’s national Transportation Workers’ Compensation program, was selected as an industry leader wholesale broker for Insurance Business America’s sixth annual Top Specialist Brokers list. Joe was chosen for his expertise, insights, and highly developed skills that helped him formulate creative Workers’ Compensation solutions for independent insurance agents and their clients in Read More
Despite several short-term challenges facing certain sectors, the U.S. construction industry is expected to grow at an annual range of 3.4-4.5% from 2022 to 2025, supported by increased investments on transport, electricity, and broadband infrastructure. The supply chain disruptions resulting from inflated costs of raw material, lack of skilled labor, and building materials have not Read More
When it comes to Workers’ Comp costs, trucking and transportation companies can benefit greatly by understanding some of the key criteria that premium is based on. Due to the nature of the work, work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities are prevalent in the trucking and transportation industry. Therefore, most states require businesses in this industry to Read More
Construction Workers’ Compensation insurance is a crucial investment for contractors and construction companies, given the industry’s high rate of workplace injury. Workers’ Compensation coverage is mandatory for contractors in almost every state; ensuring protection for these businesses and their employees. This coverage helps to protect businesses from liability resulting from workplace injuries and may reduce Read More
Westlake Village, CA – January 19, 2022 – One of the country’s leading Workers’ Compensation wholesale brokerages, PMC Insurance Group, has partnered with Appulate to leverage the latest technology to enhance the Workers’ Compensation submission process for their customers. “One of our business tenets is responsive turnarounds when submissions for Workers’ Compensation coverage come in;” says Andy Read More
USL&H Coverage for Longshore and Harbor Workers State laws require employers to have adequate insurance coverage to compensate for their employees’ on-the-job injuries or illnesses. What’s more, is that maritime companies need a special type of Workers’ Compensation coverage known as USL&H for longshore or harbor workers. What is United States Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Read More
While Workers’ Compensation coverage is legally required in almost all states in the U.S, only permanent full-time and part-time employees are fully eligible for Workers’ Compensation coverage. However, temporary workers can also access this coverage depending on factors such as state, location, and the employer’s decision. Temp Staffing Workers’ Compensation In general, temporary workers are Read More