December 15, 2017

NFIB and EMPLOYERS® Expand Workers’ Compensation Program

RENO, Nev.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) today announced it has extended discounted workers’ compensation coverage benefits to its members in Indiana, North Carolina, Virginia and Missouri through EMPLOYERS®, America’s small business insurance specialist®.

EMPLOYERS currently offers NFIB members discounted workers’ compensation coverage in 10 states with plans to expand the program to additional states later this year. The NFIB named EMPLOYERS its provider of choice due to the carrier’s focus and expertise as a specialty writer of workers’ compensation insurance for small businesses.

Depending on the state, qualifying NFIB members are eligible to receive either a 5 percent discount or a 5 percent flat dividend on workers’ compensation insurance policies with EMPLOYERS, in addition to other discounts or dividends offered by EMPLOYERS. Members can access this valuable benefit through EMPLOYERS-appointed independent agencies.

“We are pleased to offer our members in Indiana, North Carolina, Virginia and Missouri access to discounted workers’ compensation insurance and services from EMPLOYERS, which are tailored to the needs of small businesses,” said Mark Garzone, senior vice president of marketing, NFIB. “EMPLOYERS has a proven track record of providing cost-effective workers’ compensation services to small businesses across the country, and we are confident our current and future small business members will benefit from this relationship.”

“Just like the NFIB, EMPLOYERS is focused on meeting the unique needs of America’s small businesses,” said David Quezada, senior vice president, general manager of strategic partnerships and alliances, EMPLOYERS. “We are pleased to join together with NFIB to create a great value proposition for its members that delivers workers’ compensation coverage and a comprehensive service package at a discounted price.”

Source: BusinessWire

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