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Work Comp for Dentists

What is it that a Dentist wants from his Workers Comp?  As most dentists never use this State Mandated coverage, I assume that what they want is the lowest rate possible.  Do you agree? For 15 years I have worked hard to provide dentists with the lowest cost Workers Compensation Insurance...

California Commercial Applicator Insurance

For the Commercial Applicator, unlike any other profession, the Calif. Dept. of Pesticide Regulation not only mandates insurance limits in order to obtain & maintain the applicator's license, they also define the coverage required. The three points of coverage are: 1. Covers crop or landscape or property damage as a result...

Return-to-Work Programs Always Work

The cost of not working with your medical provider to have a comprehensive, full pay, return-to-work program is always a lot more than most of my clients would predict. When a claimant is not offered modified or light duty during a claim, the life of that claim is extended greatly and...

GuideOne’s Faith Guard Policy

Big News for buyers of church insurance!  GuideOne Insurance has updated their church insurance policy form effective December 1st, 2009 for new and renewing policies.  In their continuing effort to remain the leader in church insurance, GuideOne's Faith Guard policy replaces their tried and trusted Cornerstone Plus form. I have personally done...

Quality Still Counts

Quality claims control (post injury) is and should be one of, if not the, main factor when purchasing California Workers Compensation Insurance in the current marketplace. It is important for business owners to carefully evaluate any new or financially suspect carrier to make sure that their modification (the controllable portion...

Hello from Brigette in Kingsburg!

Hello world! I first joined Van Beurden in 1994, and I think what I enjoy most is the people I get to meet everyday and the customers I provide service to. Insurance can be overwhelming for some customers; it's my job to help make good decisions. Happy New Year 2010, and thanks...