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Your employee assistance program (EAP) may be an underused resource to help control workers compensation costs. This Letter considers which facets of your EAP may help your workers compensation program operate more effectively. We also offer suggestions for starting an EAP if you don’t have one in place yet. Finally, the John Liner Tip explains how to form an effective safety committee.
In This Issue: Coverage notes: Review insurance coverage before the summer; Industry insight: Number of occurrences; Professional growth: Empathetic listening after a loss; A look at the law: Uninsurable home means no agency negligence; Test your knowledge: Duty to defend; Two-minute memo: Tornado safety; Monthly quiz: Underwriting cycle
Although the workers compensation system is generally a no-fault system, most states allow employers to assert certain defenses to claims. This issue of Workers Compensation Outlook looks at those defenses and recent litigation among the states.
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