Progressive Insurance Workers Comp Commercial Mentions Replacing Injured Worker
Binging on a Saturday of college football and finding information for an article was a win-win-win this weekend including our article and newsletter readers.
The Magic Apron (r) commercial was found on YouTube. YouTube never fails for anything video.
I would have pointed you right to the comment but doing that can crash certain browsers, especially one using multiple firewalls.
Workers Comp has always been centered on providing the injured employee that has a rightful claim with timely benefits and return them to work as soon as practical. Yes, thousands of different interpretations of what workers compensation provides are in print and all over the web along with the blogosphere.
Flo pulls out a new worker out of her apron to replace the injured worker and comments that
“Workers Comp can help pay for you to replace the injured worker…..” <<<or something similar
I am not disagreeing with the comment. It does seem to go against the basis of Workers Comp. I am sure that each comment made in their commercials is researched, evaluated, and market-tested as advertising on college football cannot be done at a discount.
Noticing this comment is like Trekkies(c) pulling a sentence from Star Trek(r) and then commenting on it in a blog or article. However, this is a blog on Workers Comp, so I thought I owed it to the readers to mention the Progressive Insurance Workers Comp info.
I also wanted to take a break from formulas and technical advice in at least one article. (R) – Progressive Insurance is a trademark of the Progressive Insurance Company, all rights reserved.
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