GREENSBORO, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Key Risk (a W. R. Berkley Company), a leading provider of workers compensation insurance products and services for employers throughout the eastern United States, has announced that it has again been awarded the workers compensation program and claims administration contract for the City of Baltimore.
The City of Baltimore’s workers compensation program supports 39 agencies and approximately 28,000 employees. Key Risk has provided third-party administrative services and workers compensation claims management to the City of Baltimore since 2008.
“The City of Baltimore is extremely pleased with the professionalism, dedication and results that Key Risk has brought to our account. They truly are a partner and we are proud to have such a dedicated team working on our behalf, now and for years to come,” said Doug Kerr, risk manager for the City of Baltimore.
“Over the past six years, Key Risk has worked together with the City of Baltimore to create safer work environments and build on the success of proven program results,” said Rob Standen, president of Key Risk. “As we move forward, we are committed to continuing to work together to deliver industry leading workers compensation outcomes.”
With the retention of the contract, the City’s workers compensation program will continue to be supported by Key Risk’s local Baltimore office and dedicated team.
ABOUT KEY RISK:
Key Risk (a W. R. Berkley Company) provides its clients with risk management, claims, and managed care services. Workers compensation policies are written on behalf of member insurance companies of W. R. Berkley Corporation, rated A+ (Superior) Financial Size Category XV by A.M. Best Company. Through their Alternative Risk Services division, Key Risk provides workers compensation third-party administrative services to self-insured clients.
Operating from headquarters in Greensboro, NC and through regional offices and territory-dedicated staff, Key Risk’s regional footprint includes the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.