Workers’ Compensation (also commonly called workers comp) insurance presents a great benefit to both employers and employees.
Workers’ Compensation insurance presents a great benefit to both employers and employees alike; however, the lack of proper risk management, education, claims administration and safety management can quickly dilute the benefits for the employer. Gillman Insurance provides your company with both a proactive and comprehensive approach to effectively managing risks and controlling costs while providing an improved health and safety environment for your Georgia employees.
Does it seem that every time renewal comes around you receive 101 calls from insurance agents offering to give you a quote? We recognize that Workers’ Compensation is a significant cost in your operation, but many folks come to us after just having shopped their insurance, and they still feel their Workers’ Compensation premiums are well…JUST TO HIGH! We agree!
When you have all those agents calling, who should you be talking to? Who should you trust? In reality, there are only a handful of Workers’ Compensation Specialists in Georgia. Tim Gaffney, President of Georgia Workers’ Compensation Solutions, is one of them, having been certified by the Institute of WorkComp Advisors. He and his team have the experience and training necessary to make him the one you should turn to.
We at Georgia Workers’ Compensation Solutions understand why you are left with the feeling that you are overpaying your Workers’ Compensation, and we believe Workers’ Compensation is an employer tax on workplace injuries. And what business wants to pay more taxes?
Georgia Workers’ Compensation Solutions has developed practical and proven processes to improve your situation, and drive your costs down to the legal minimum you are required to pay for Workers’ Compensation year in and year out. Would you go up against IRS without a tax expert on your side? Probably not. So why go up against the Workers’ Compensation system without your own expert.
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