Automotive Service Association (ASA) members who carry workers’ compensation coverage through Meadowbrook Insurance Group and who meet eligibility requirements will receive a dividend again this year as a result of participating in the ASA Group Program. The dividend represents a 3 percent return of annual premium for policy year 2010-2011 and shows that workplace safety is a solid investment.
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“We are very pleased to announce that a 3 percent dividend was declared for the fourth year in a row,” says Nancy Clay, Meadowbrook Insurance Group association administrator. “The earned dividend rewards members who participate in the ASA-sponsored program for their efforts in preventing workplace accidents and controlling claims costs. This is a great example of how safety pays.”
“Meadowbrook and its subsidiaries, Star Insurance Co. and Ameritrust Insurance Corp., have been a long-standing partner of the association and our members. Through their commitment to workplace safety and rewarding our members, the workers’ comp program is a true value to ASA members,” says B.J. Johnson, vice president, membership services. “My hat is off to our members who continually work to improve their safety practices. ASA members are truly the ‘cream of the crop’ of automotive service and repair professionals.”
Meadowbrook is consistently ranked as one of the largest insurance agencies in the nation, underwriting and managing more than $900 million in annual premiums. Meadowbrook offers ASA members workers’ compensation and other business insurance needs, as well as interest-free pay plans and professional safety services specifically for the automotive repair industry.
For more information about the workers’ compensation programs available to ASA members, visit www.wcpolicy.com/asa or call Meadowbrook directly at (800) 825-9489 and mention you are an ASA member. Learn more about ASA’s entire benefits portfolio by visiting the ASA Marketplace at ASA.bizunite.com.
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