Loss run reports. What are they and how do I get one? Below we dive into common questions surrounding insurance loss run reports and the role they play when shopping for business insurance.
An insurance loss run is a document that records the history of claims made against a business insurance policy, much akin to an incident report. The report is a document you can provide to prospective insurers when shopping for new business insurance coverage. Loss runs allow underwriters to determine how risky your business will be to insure.
Workplace accidents happen. But knowing what to
do in the immediate aftermath and planning out the appropriate procedures,
including incident reporting and investigation,
will minimize risks in the long-term and help reduce costs for your business in
the short-term. Workplace incidents are almost always preventable – it’s just a
matter of knowing how.
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The easiest way to control your claim cost is with prompt reporting. Studies show that claims cost more when reporting is delayed. The sooner a claim is reported, the sooner it can begin to be managed and brought to resolution.
Key types of claims that should be reported as soon as possible:(more…)
Prompt workers’ compensation claims reporting is key to receiving reimbursement promptly and efficiently. The timing of when you choose to pick up the phone to report an incident to your insurance carrier has a direct effect on the bottom line. Here are the top five reasons why. (more…)