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KeyRisk Workers’ Compensation claims and risk management tools

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KeyRisk Insurance provides an excellent online resource for workers’ compensation insurance policyholders called MasterKey Connects.  The following useful tools are available on MasterKey Connects:   The ability to report a claim. Inquire and research information on claims. Locate network medical providers and pharmacy locations. Download education and training resources from...

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What to know about a Panel of Three Physicians

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Editor’s note:  This week Specialized Insurance Services, Inc. Account Manager, Mark Schuler, explains the necessity and benefits of a Panel of Three Physicians as it relates to your workers’ compensation insurance program.   The Virginia Worker’s Compensation Commission’s Employer’s Guide mandates that an employer post a panel...

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Virginia Workers’ Compensation Guidelines for Contractors and Subcontractors

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If you are a contractor operating without workers’ compensation insurance it is very important for you to review Virginia’s workers’ compensation guidelines for contractors and subcontractors, issued through the Workers’ Compensation Commission.   Virginia law requires “every employer who regularly employees three or more employees (including part-time...

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