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Posted on 04 Feb 09

Storefront owner Irwin Siegel Agency, Inc. (ISA) recently announced their ability to offer a highly competitive Worker’s Compensation product to Social Service Providers in all states excluding New Jersey. This product protects organizations from Workers Compensation claims while promoting preventative measures through unique risk management tools and resources.

ISA’s Workers Compensation program is written on a guaranteed cost basis with an A rated carrier. Minimum premiums for this product start as low as $10,000 and commission is paid to the agent or broker up front. Policyholder’s obtain access to one of the most comprehensive online loss prevention tools to assist in the identification, analysis, and control implementation to prevent future losses from occurring.

This product is available as a stand alone policy or in conjunction with ISA’s social service property & casualty package. Access to this product provides independent agents and brokers an opportunity to offer their social service clients a complete solution for all of their insurance needs.

Irwin Siegel Agency, Inc. offers innovative and competitive insurance solutions for provider agencies within the social service, developmental disabilities, addiction treatment and mental healthcare fields. Package programs can include; but are not limited to, General Liability, Professional Liability, Abuse, Auto, Crime, Property, Umbrella, Directors & Officers and Volunteers. ISA programs are available exclusively through independent agents and brokers.

For more information, visit their storefront at


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