Ocean City Deputy Fire Marshal’s Tips to Avoid Another Winter of Frozen Pipes

Ocean City Deputy Fire Marshal’s Tim Price and Joe Sexauer attended the September meeting of the Delmarva Condominium Managers Association (DCMA). Mr. Sexauer discussed the false alarm reduction program. Charges can occur if false alarms are not handled in a timely manner. Click here for the Fire Alarm Activation Report. Anytime a preventable alarm occurs,…

Important Tips for Hiring Reputable and Reliable Subcontractors

There are plenty of advantages with hiring subcontractors. Whether contractors hire them for renovations or new building projects, there are a few important things to know. The most important thing to think about is who the individual is and how he or she will represent the company name. When customers complain, they will likely name…

“Flocking” Insurance – Is your Business ready?

Our Willard’s office has been flocked. We were completely unprotected and 60 pink flamingos landed in our front lawn. Nicely done Salisbury Jaycees, nicely done. As insurance agents we are ready to review your policies and make sure there are no gaps in protection. Important to note, “Flocking” insurance is only sold by the Salisbury…

Meet Our Team – Courtney West, Claims Specialist

Background Courtney graduated from University of Maryland College Park, with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Sports Commerce and Marketing. She came to us from Verizon Telecommunications, where she excelled at the fast pace call center and specialized in retention. Courtney brings her conflict resolution and customer service skills to Deeley…

Confined Spaces – New Rules

On May 4, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a final rule for work in confined spaces in the construction industry. The final rule mirrors substantive provisions of the current general industry standard, but accounts for specific construction-industry differences. The final rule becomes effective August 3, 2015. The final rule mirrors provisions…

Maryland Worker’s Compensation Changes Ahead…How will it affect employers?

By: Travis Hinman Starting on January 1, 2015 Workers’ Compensation in Maryland will experience additional changes. This is the third year of changes to the experience mod calculations. A company’s experience mod helps to determine the rates charged by insurance carriers for Worker’s Compensation insurance. Claims filed will have a new higher threshold of $15,000…

Educational Return-to-Work Webinar for Contractors

The primary purpose of a Return-to-Work (RTW) program is to return eligible employees back to the workforce at the earliest medically allowable date. Attend this webinar to: Understand how you can positively affect your profitability. Identify the impact of indirect costs on the employer’s bottom-line profitability. Recognize that a Return-to-Work process is comprised of multiple…