Skip to content

Workers' Compensation

Claims Cost Control Specialists are assigned reasonable caseloads to assure all claims receive proper attention. They participate in continuous training and are supported by a team of expert claim managers, actuaries, legal, human resource and safety professionals.

Our best practices are continuously reviewed to reflect our clients’ needs, drive down claim costs and lower workers’ compensation premiums.

Claims Management

Problem claims are identified early and controlled. Claims are fully investigated for medical and circumstantial evidence to properly advise clients about the potential financial impact before any decisions are made.

Claims are continually scrutinized for additional medical and compensation requests to prevent unnecessary claim costs.

Litigation Management

Contested claims are assigned to independent attorneys – not hearings reps. Attorneys attend each hearing fully prepared with detailed documentation provided by SuretyHR.

Our client success rate at hearings is the direct result of the quality evidence and established expectations set by SuretyHR. Quality legal defense at hearings matters and we realize that unprepared and ineffective TPA hearings reps cannot argue on an employer’s behalf at the hearing.

Return To Work

SuretyHR fosters an early return to work with a clear emphasis on work initiatives. Realistic goals and time frames are established early and communicated to all parties.

SuretyHR coordinates the services needed to return employees to the job as quickly and safely as possible, utilizing the best vocational and medical experts available.

Get A Free Quote for SuretyHR's

Workers' Compensation

Our Services

Recent Articles

How Workers’ Compensation Claims and the Experience Modification Rate (EMR) Affect Ohio Businesses
How Workers’ Compensation Claims and the Experience Modification Rate (EMR) Affect Ohio Businesses

Anyone handling workers’ comp, risk management, or proposal management has heard the acronym EMR often – maybe without knowing what…

DOL Issues Final Rule on Independent Contractors
DOL Issues Final Rule on Independent Contractors

Who’s Really an Independent Contractor? DOL Finalizes New Rule Clarifying ClassificationEarlier this month, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) finalized…

Verified by MonsterInsights