Safety National Casualty Corp. News

Safety National Adds Safe Patient Handling Program for Healthcare Clients

Safety National Casualty Corp. has released its Safe Patient Handling Evaluation Resource – a tool that helps evaluate healthcare facilities’ safe patient handling and mobility (SPHM) programs. Safety National has partnered with Atlas Lift Tech to add this complimentary resource …

Safety National Casualty Announces Claims Management Changes

St. Louis, Mo.-based Safety National Casualty Corp. is realigning its claims department with management changes. Carl Reynolds, senior vice president – Claims, has retired after a successful 30-year career with Safety National where, as department head, he was responsible for operational …

Grove Named Sr. VP- Business Development at Safety National

St. Louis, Mo.-based Safety National Casualty Corp. has appointed Tom Grove to the position of senior vice president – business development. In his new role, Grove is responsible for leading Safety National’s business development, broker relations and sales functions. Grove …

Safety National Rebrands Reinsurance Platform: Safety National Re

St. Louis, Mo.-based Safety National Casualty Corp. announced it has rebranded its reinsurance platform as Safety National Re. Safety National Re will continue to offer its existing products and solid financial security, which includes over $1.25 billion in surplus as …

Cotnoir Named VP, Large Casualty at Safety National

Steve Cotnoir has been appointed vice president – large casualty at St. Louis, Mo.-based Safety National Casualty Corp. In his new role, Cotnoir will be responsible for leading large casualty field underwriting operations for several strategic regional office territories, including …

Did New Mexico Court Open ‘Pandora’s Bong’ With Nod to Pot for Worker?

A can of worms has been opened, the horse is out of the barn and the industry is gazing into Pandora’s Box. There is no shortage of idioms for workers’ compensation experts who are concerned over a decision last week …

Study: Formulary Could Save California Workers’ Comp $124M-$420M

Adopting a state-mandated workers’ compensation prescription drug formulary similar to systems in place in Texas and Washington could reduce California workers’ comp pharmacy payments by between $124 million and $420 million per year, a California Workers’ Compensation Institute study shows. …

Safety National Casualty Corp. Opens Dallas Regional Office

Safety National Casualty Corp., a provider of excess workers’ compensation insurance and large casualty multi-line offerings, has opened a regional office in Dallas, Texas. The Dallas office is the sixth regional office opened by Safety National in the past five …

Walls Named VP – Communications, Strategic Analysis at Safety National

Safety National Casualty Corp., a St. Louis, Mo., provider of excess workers’ compensation and large casualty insurance offerings, announced that Mark Walls has joined the company as vice president of communications and strategic analysis. With more than 24 years of industry …

Safety National Introduces Safety First Grant Program

Safety National Casualty Corp., a provider of excess workers’ compensation and large casualty offerings, has introduced the Safety First Grant Program. This dollar-for-dollar matching grant will reimburse one policyholder up to $10,000 for a creative program designed to reduce the …