ST. LOUIS--(Safety National Casualty Corporation, the U.S. market leader in excess workers’ compensation, announced today that Tom Hebson has joined the company as Vice President – Product Development and Government Relations.)--
“We are pleased to welcome Tom Hebson to Safety National”
With over 25 years of industry experience, Hebson brings a strong insurance background to Safety National. Hebson previously served as Managing Regional Executive at Heffernan Insurance Brokers, where he was responsible for the management and oversight of regional retail and national administrative wrap-up service operations. Prior to Heffernan, he worked in both executive and regional positions within the insurance carrier marketplace.
In his new capacity with Safety National, Hebson will lead all new product development in addition to serving as Safety National’s liaison with state regulators and workers’ compensation agencies.
“We are pleased to welcome Tom Hebson to Safety National,” said Steve Luebbert, Executive Vice President at Safety National. “Tom’s robust self-insurance industry knowledge, combined with his strong brokerage background, makes him the perfect fit to expand our product offerings and foster our relationships with regulators – two very important roles integral to the continuing growth of our company.”
Hebson will be based in Safety National’s corporate office in St. Louis, Missouri.
Safety National is a versatile alternative market insurance provider that offers a broad range of risk funding products through insurance agents and brokers. Founded in 1942, Safety National is the leading provider of excess workers’ compensation coverage to self-insured employers and groups nationwide, and has provided that type of coverage longer than any other company in the United States. The company is licensed to provide workers’ compensation insurance in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Safety National is a member of the Tokio Marine Group and is rated “A” (Excellent), Financial Size Category XI, by A.M. Best. To learn more, visit: www.safetynational.com.