These days, when a person makes a call to a business such as a claims office, they are often filled with dread because they know they will likely talk to someone who does not care about their situation, or will give them robotic and rehearsed responses. But—we at Action Claims care very much about our clients, and the proof is in how we care for our clients.
Action Claims Service, an Arkansas based claims management company, has been providing professional insurance claims adjusting resources since 2004. Our commitment to consistently exceed expectations has achieved us growth throughout the entire Southeast and Midwest United States. In addition to our professional claims adjusting resources, our large and complex loss services are available nationwide.
We specialize in general liability claims, property loss adjusting claims, auto accident liability claims, legal professional liability claims, workers compensation claims, products liability claims, risk management in business and advancing clients into self insured status.
We thought we’d use this week’s blog to discuss one of the many things that we do—workers’ compensation.
Also commonly known as “workers’ comp,” workers’ compensation is a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured during the course of employment, and must be provided by most employers under varying state mandates.
This facet of coverage through one’s work is designed with a two-fold goal: 1. To protect the employee and 2. To protect the employer from being sued by the employee for negligence, and also the problem of employers becoming insolvent as a result of high damage awards. This system was created to prevent that, and as a result to ensure security of compensation to the workers.
Although workers’ comp constitutes only about 3 percent of total health care costs, 11 million employees suffer work-related injuries each year, resulting in $111 billion in payments for medical care, wage replacement and disability settlements.
With this being the case, it is important to have the right claims service there to help you. This is where Action Claims Administrators come into the picture.
Getting injured on the job is hard enough without having to worry about dealing with the red tape and paperwork involved. Action Claims Administrators will help you to get the claims that you deserve, and because we have a long-term dedicated staff, you will get a personalized experience when you work with us.