Great Call From Tennessee
Today I received a great call from Tennessee that verified what I had been saying about Workers Comp policies and Workers Comp audits.
The agent had a question about his client having a bad “gut feeling” about their recent Workers Compensation audit. The agent then asked me if this sounded like something that we could assist his client with in the near future.
As I have said many times in this blog, the #1 indicator that there could possibly be Workers Comp overcharges is that someone in the process (employer, agent, consultant, etc.) has a feeling that the results were incorrect. That type of employer is the one that we were the most successful in obtaining Workers Comp refunds.
Please remember that any dispute that you may have with the workers comp audit has a time limit for questioning an audit or policy. These are “stamped in stone” and must be followed exactly. If you check your policy, the process for disputing your Workers Comp policy is usually on the last few pages. If you are unable to find it there, please email us or consult your state’s Workers Comp regulations. Please do not let something just sit that may cost your company a substantial amount of money.
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