While many jobs have gone remote or become automated, loss control – mitigating risk before an accident happens – requires the human touch, especially for workers’ compensation.
In a recent article for PropertyCasualty 360, Argo’s Ron Davidson, SVP, Chief Underwriting Office & Head of Marketing, shares three reasons human agents make such an impact in the workers’ compensation space.
1. Promoting proper risk management
Workers’ compensation loss control agents are experts at helping companies create safer workplaces. Their ability to identify problems and work with insureds on creative solutions can help mitigate risk in ways that AI can’t.
2. Supporting long-term client relationships
Only real people can truly get to know a business and understand how it works. This level of attention leads to stronger relationships with insureds – and smarter insights on loss control.
3. Creating safety-oriented company cultures
Loss control is about more than making recommendations. Real agents can help a business cultivate a safety mindset.
Learn more about the work loss control agents do and why they are so essential to protecting businesses by reading the full article.