Colorado Casualty Introduces Workers’ Comp in Nevada

February 5, 2009

Englewood, Colo.-based Colorado Casualty, a Liberty Mutual Agency Markets regional company, announced it has added workers’ compensation coverage to its commercial insurance product line in Nevada.

“Bringing workers’ compensation coverage to our Nevada agents comes on the heels of a successful launch last month in four other states in our territory,” said Rich Possanza, vice president, underwriting. “This continues our commitment to providing comprehensive commercial lines availability to our agents and small to mid-sized employers.”

Last month, Colorado Casualty began offering workers’ compensation coverage in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Agents in Nevada are now submitting new business effective February 1st.

Colorado Casualty’s workers’ compensation coverage can be quoted and issued by agents on Commercial IQ, the company’s online application. Schedule credits of up to 15 percent are available to qualifying accounts with additional credit available upon underwriter consideration, as allowed by statutory requirements. Packaged accounts are billed as one, and annual, semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly billing plans are available to employers.

The Colorado Casualty Workers’ Compensation Program also offers locally supported, professional loss prevention services, including risk management solutions, safety program development and training, and cost containment strategies. A return-to-work program is offered in conjunction with loss prevention and specialized workers’ compensation claims service includes nurse case management by dedicated workers’ compensation adjusters.

Colorado Casualty offers property and casualty products, including commercial coverages, distributed only through appointed independent agents. The company provides insurance in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.

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