Insurance Services

Every business works hard to avoid injuries and serious accidents. Accidents not only harm employees, but also negatively impact the business. In addition to suffering lost time and income from a productive employee, a business might be subject to an OSHA inspection and possible fines if it is determined that they were not following proper safety practices and procedures. Even though OSHA visits place additional financial and time constraints on businesses, sometimes they are required, as in the case with a serious injury or fatality.

Jeff Janas

Is your company prepared for the employer mandates that become effective in 2016 under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? If not, you need to act fast in order to avoid IRS penalties. Don’t understand what’s expected? Western Growers can help.

Jeff Janas

Most companies are very aware of their property and liability exposures. They buy insurance coverage to protect their buildings and equipment and secure liability coverage to pay for losses from automobile accidents, product defects and other types of third party incidents. What most companies fail to realize is that they may have pollution exposures as well from chemical or fuel use in its operations.

Jeff Janas

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