Risk Retention Groups Owning Up to Success

January 27, 2003

  • September 23, 2005 at 6:00 am
    C. Pyron Chastain says:
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    If you are interested in quick control for “risk” in a healthcare environment, eg. nursing homes, alzheimers facilities, etc……you should contact me.
    I have literally saved nursing home facilities in Louisiana hundreds if not millions of dollars through a simplified approach.

    I am an independent Risk Control Strategist residing in Ga. and all my clients are and were in La. I can show you methods of removing lawyers from your premises by simply doing the right thing in a timely manner.

    I am entitled to brag but I won’t. I do utilize your staff and my ideas aren’t cheap. I can design the most simplified version of Risk Control you could imagine.
    If your firm is in litigation, approaching litigation or your facility has even one justified or validated complaint….you really should contact me.

    If you are looking for bells & whistles…don’t call! If you want results and are not afraid of committment then I hope to hear from you..


    C. Pyron Chastain, Csp, Pe, Arm
    Professional Risk Control Strategist & Consultant

    email: cecilp@bellsouth.net or call me @ 770-574-9507

  • January 2, 2012 at 11:30 pm
    Jeremy Gower says:
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    Great information of RRGs, just find it interesting that I don’t see the word “assess” anywhere on the page. Still great info, but in my opinion the biggest ‘downside’ of an RRG is the fact that it’s usually an assess-able policy, and even if the policy itself isn’t assess-able and can still be assessed by the federal government if and when the RRG goes under. One way or another, if the RRG needs to be assessed, it will be…

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