SFA develops a class on self-insuring workers’ compensation exposures

January 24, 2008

January 24, 2008 – Newtown, PA. Alternative risk broker and consultant Self-Funded Alternatives has developed an educational seminar on self-insuring workers’ compensation exposures. The seminar has been approved for CE credits in several states. The class explains the self-insurance process and highlights some of the advantages and disadvantages of self-insurance programs.

The class provides an in-depth analysis of the structure and rating basis for excess workers’ compensation insurance as well as some useful tools on claims management and methods for determining whether self-insurance is a feasible option for a particular employer.

“This class will allow our producers to continue educating our retail agent network nationwide. It will also reinforce SFA’s position as an expert in the excess workers’ compensation arena”, states Malika Adams, Account Executive, who developed the class.

Self-Funded Alternatives is an insurance intermediary specializing in self-insured workers’ compensation programs nationwide. The SFA management team has over 50 years of combined specialized experience in the excess workers’ compensation arena.

To schedule a seminar at your office or your next producer meeting, please contact SFA today.

Brokers contact:
East Coast: 800-535-7086
West Coast: 800-331-5288

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