Coverage programs designed to shield you from a broad range of bodily injury and property damage liability, provide protection for your employees when injured on the job, and safeguard your facilities, inventory, equipment and more against loss.
By offering you cost-effective custom plan designs with premier carrier partners and a suite of administrative services you’re able to craft benefits programs that you and your active/retired employees will value for years to come.
The most effective way to reduce losses is through education. Check out our available training sessions.
The EIA offices will be closed Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. Regular business hours will resume Tuesday.
Do you know what to expect when Cal/OSHA compliance personnel arrive? Here are some of the basics you need to know to prepare for an inspection.
The EIA Board of Directors met on March 3, 2017, and approved the elimination of the ½ percent Public Entity Fee. The Fee was created when Public Entity members were first allowed to join the EIA back in 2001. The Public Entity Fee was important and it served a useful purpose when initiated, but now it is contrary to the EIA's mission, which includes that we are Equitable – allocating costs and services between various members in a fair and consistent manner.
If a police officer recruit cannot perform the essential functions of their job because of an injury suffered during their time at the Police Academy, can the officer prevail on a claim for disability discrimination or failure to accommodate? In the recent case of Atkins v. City of Los Angeles, No. B257890, Second Dist., Div. Seven (Feb. 14, 2017), the Court dealt with such a case, providing guidance on how to analyze these claims in a police setting and instructing how to challenge a future wage loss award.