Your best bet is to sit down with your insurance agent and thoroughly review your operations and the coverage you need before you need it.
A municipal court has ordered the operator to pay more than $13,600 to the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.
Knowing the details and cost options of such insurance can make or break your business when dealing with injured employees and contractors.
The pricey devil is always in the complicated details. Employers need to stay on top of the conflicting measurements.
Enterprise GPS tracking systems can help fleet owners hone in on driver skills to reduce accidents and smooth out on the road skills.
The safety of employees and passengers should be a high priority. Invest in success by holding regular safety meetings with community resources.
Scott Solombrino recently sat down with LCT Associate publisher/Eastern Region Neil Weiss to discuss the NLA’s goals for the coming year. Solombrino, who is serving his third consecutive term as NLA president, owns the Dav EI Chauffeured Transportation Network
Local association leaders shared their victories and struggles at the LCT Show. Read the topics that stirred up conversation here
It is important to deal cautiously with employees. Avoid any form of retaliation or even the appearance of such against and employee who is injured on the job. Seriously consider your obligation to reasonably accommodate an employee who has sustained a disabling work-related injury.
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