The In’s & Out’s of Workers Compensation

Posted on February 21, 2017 By wpadmin

Workers Compensation is REQUIRED to be carried by any business entity in every state except Texas. There are some stipulations, but many businesses require a certificate of workers compensation insurance in order to proceed with business transactions regardless of these stimpluations. First, lets go over what workers compensation “workmans comp” is exactly. Workers Compensation is … Continue reading “The In’s & Out’s of Workers Compensation”

Two Things Contractors MUST Know Before Signing An Agreement.

Posted on February 17, 2017 By wpadmin

By: Jameson P. McShea According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), “Out of 4,379 worker fatalities in private industry in calendar year 2015, 937 or 21.4% were in construction — that is, one in five worker deaths were in construction.” Not only is this devastating to families and friends who lose loved ones, but … Continue reading “Two Things Contractors MUST Know Before Signing An Agreement.”

The Face-Less Insurance Monster, Explained.

Posted on February 9, 2017 By wpadmin

By: Jameson P. Mcshea   The biggest problem with the insurance industry today is derived from the perception. When you think of insurance, what do you think? Is a there a picture that comes to mind? Today’s leaders in insurance are seen as money hungry, premium rising monsters with no emotion- cue the title reference. … Continue reading “The Face-Less Insurance Monster, Explained.”

Say Good-Bye to Car Insurance.

Posted on January 19, 2017 By wpadmin

By: Jameson McShea Well not exactly- but, by 2050 self-driving cars may be infiltrated into each major city in the country. In a 2016 study, 70% of people approached agreed they would like to try and potentially switch from a human operated automobile to a self-drving car. And with a multi-million dollar project with uber … Continue reading “Say Good-Bye to Car Insurance.”