Tree Service Work Comp Missouri

Aug 7, 2015

  1. MaroonNWhite
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    I have a client who is needing work comp for a new tree service in MO. Anyone know where I can place this? My MGAs are Combined Group, RPS, and Appalachian, and I also have Hartford, Travelers, and Liberty Mutual. None of these places are able to place the policy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Bolt insurance. My son owns a tree service company here in new jersey. They are one of only very few who will insure tree companies. I believe they are located in the Connecticut area. If you send me your email address, I will locate and send you their contact information. They write nationally. They also do snow plowing insurance, as well. We found them to be highly competitive in pricing.
     
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    Thanks! I'll DM you my info.
     
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    Did you find placement?

    These guys can help. If you need, I can place it with them for you.

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    Applied Underwriters would be another, though has to be a certain size of account and there are some strings attached.
     
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    Just reread this. Amerisafe and AUW wont write them unless company has a work mod aka no new ventures. I would say last resort would be Berkley Risk before going to State Pool. Won't save much, if any on premium, but should provide coverage outside the state.

    Bolt Insurance is an agency. They are not an insurance company, from what I can tell.
     
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    You may be correct, regarding Bolt. I apologize if I misled anyone. We were lucky to find them. They were able to insure both the tree company and two snow plowing companies. They were incredibly helpful and their rates were the best we found.
     
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    What companies did they place you with? Berkley Risk? Applied Underwriters? AmeriSafe? I'm just curious.
     
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    Hello,
    My name is Matthew Weiss, President of Selectpeo. I'm excited to reach out and introduce Selectpeo, and how we can build a successful relationship by providing your agency the opportunity to offer Strategic Alternative Workers' Comp Solutions.
    Selectpeo is a premier general agency that offers a competitive portfolio of products that will allow you to grow, retain, and cross sell to your clients. The products we offer have low market penetration to give you the cutting edge advantage. We specialize in PEOs, Strategic Worker’s Compensation solutions and Fortune 500 styled benefit packages. With our competitive portfolio you can maximize revenue and increase retention.
    Our products pay well above average commissions, averaging between 7.5% - 15% of Workers' Comp.
    Brokers Utilize Our PEO Programs For:
    • Pay-as-you-go work comp solutions with no audits
    • To place risks with open/excessive claims, high mods, start ups, high risk class codes
    • Pulling clients out of the State Insurance Fund
    • To handle workers' comp solutions for companies in multiple states
    • To have access to exclusive A rated workers' comp companies only available through a PEO
    • To help clients free up cash flow
    • To offer Fortune 500 style employee benefits
    • To maximize revenue and increase client retention
    I suggest you start by sending us one of your most difficult state fund clients, something you re marketed and never could remove and let us turn that no commission policy into high paying revenue!
     
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    Have you tried the State Fund work comp pool for that state?
     
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