Glatfelter Announces New Workers’ Compensation Product

YORK, Pa. – Sept. 20, 2017 – Glatfelter Program Managers (GPM) is pleased to announce the addition of workers’ compensation line of business to the program. With this new coverage, agents and brokers can now offer their clients a more complete insurance package through Glatfelter, effective November 1.

Educational institutions, independent school bus contractors, water/sewer entities, senior living facilities, hospices, home health care agencies and religious institutions are among those who may be eligible for this coverage in addition to their current property and casualty insurance policies through Glatfelter’s divisions: Glatfelter Public Practice, Glatfelter Healthcare Practice and Glatfelter Religious Practice.

“By offering workers’ compensation to our clients, we’re including one of their most important assets – their people,” said Arthur Seifert, president of Glatfelter Program Managers. “We’re pleased to add this to our stable of best-in-class, niche-specific insurance programs, and to be working with an A IX A.M. Best Rated carrier who has specialized in workers’ compensation for over 100 years.”

Clients can benefit from top-rated claims management services, the assistance of risk control professionals and integrated managed care services, which accompany their coverage.

GPM will kick off this coverage in 25 states, including: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, MD, ME, MS, MT, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NV, NY, OK, PA, SC, SD, TX, UT and VA.

Learn more about GPM’s workers’ compensation insurance for educational institutions and independent school bus contractors, water/sewer entities, healthcare organizations and religious organizations.

About Glatfelter Program Managers
Glatfelter Program Managers  (GPM) is one of the premier managers and recognized specialists of niche commercial insurance markets in the country, servicing educational institutions, municipalities, independent school bus contractors and water/sewer entities; fire departments, ambulance and rescue squads and 911 centers; senior living, CCRCs, hospice and home health care agencies; and churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious institutions.