Q&A: Impact from RSUs on Your Workers Comp Program

Entering the world of Restricted Stock Units can be exciting – and a little intimidating. After all, there are a lot of potential benefits, and an equal number of questions about the process. Over the years, we’ve learned a lot about RSUs, and how they affect other programs, such as Workers’ Compensation. While most questions […]

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) – A Risk Management Discussion

From government to real estate, drones are changing the way many industries do business. Technically named Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), drones have tremendous potential – and it’s not going unnoticed. The use of UAVs for photo or videography offers many advantages, including branding and publicity opportunities, an up-close view of remote activities, and development of […]

The Napa Quake: My Story

On Sunday, August 24, Napa, California experienced the largest sustained Bay Area earthquake in the last 25 years. As a Napa resident, I experienced first-hand the sheer strength of the earthquake as I woke to the violent shaking. The wind whooshed as the quake passed, and I could hear my family’s collection of porcelain and […]

Controlling Workers’ Compensation Medical Costs

Workers’ compensation costs are on the rise – and that’s not good news for growing businesses. With claim frequency projected to rise by 4.9% in 2014, it’s time for companies to re-assess their current programs and find ways to save. Over the last several years, the most common workers’ compensation claims have been cumulative trauma, […]

Are you ready for Sunshine?

Are you ready for Sunshine? Surrounding a company with great partners and advice to mitigate risk in advance of potential litigation is often the best strategy to address the total cost of risk. Carolyn Bruguera, Esq. from R-Squared Services & Solutions, Inc., consults with companies on best practices with respect to the Sunshine Act, and […]