Here’s a scary thought: you control the cost of your insurance. It's true. How well you manage your risks, carrier relationships and employee health and wellness determine premium expenses. Fortunately, you don’t bear this responsibility alone. Assurance helps thousands of companies protect their interests and secure their future through placement of comprehensive coverage with appropriate insurance markets. We provide:
Clients of Assurance are provided a suite of powerful services to fuel a successful business insurance program. Here are just a few of the many value driving services our clients are offered:
Our approach is to provide you with the most comprehensive advice and tools needed to control your costs and structure plans that meet your strategic goals over the long run. Our goal is to create $1 billion in client value on an annual basis, so we’re constantly looking for ways to minimize risk to your business, which, in turn, improves the overall health of your workforce. We create a service timeline to keep track of goals, implement our above-mentioned services and then track and report results.
We’re also not a one trick pony. Assurance sees the direct correlation between risk and health – and quintessentially – business insurance and employee benefits. Our two sides work together to ensure your overall program keeps employees safe, happy, healthy and working – which in turn – lowers your costs. So whether you need risk management, workers’ compensation, liability insurance…etc. you’ll experience the Assurance difference and the one term most brokerages can’t offer – ACCOUNTABILITY.
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