Client Benefits of using Simple Work Comp

Saves You Money

Your bottom line is our top priority. No one saves you more time and money than Simple Work Comp. We leverage our nationwide buying power to provide you with the most affordable insurance solutions and pass the savings on to you.

We shop all carriers on your behalf for the best service and pricing possible. Our vast client base provides us with the leverage and buying power to negotiate your rate and bind coverage… even for high-risk customers ...

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Options for Florida Workers Compensation Increase

Florida Workers Compensation & Your Options

Florida Workers Compensation carriers will be hiking rates across the board starting December 1, 2016  in accordance with the Supreme Court Workers Comp Ruling. All Florida businesses will be effected, and all will experience higher workers compensation costs.

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There are options for businesses needing Florida Workers Compensation Insurance.

Many business owners don’t know that working with a PEO (professional employer organization) such as Simple Work Comp enables them to obtain affordable ...

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Florida Work Comp Increase 14.5%

Florida Work Comp Increase

A contingent Florida Work Comp Increase has been approved. Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) weighed in and given contingent approval for an overall statewide workers’ compensation rate increase of 14.5 percent to take effect Dec. 1, 2016. The rate increase is in response to two recent Supreme Court rulings undoing reforms passed in 2003 and rocking the state’s workers’ compensation system.

In the Sept. 27 order, OIR disapproved the National Council on Compensation Insurance’s ...

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Florida Supreme Court Ruling

Workers Compensation Rate Increase 17.1%

Florida business owners may soon be paying nearly 20% more for their workers compensation coverage. In response to a recent decision from the Florida Supreme Court, the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) filed a 17.1 percent rate increase with the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) on all new policies, as well as renewal and additional policies in effect on a “pro-rata” basis.

The Supreme Court’s decision is also expected to increase ...

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