GREENSBORO, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Key Risk (a Berkley Company), a leading provider of workers compensation insurance products and services for employers throughout the United States, today announced the expansion of their service offerings to support Human Service providers on a national scale. Ashley Hough has been named Director, Human Services Practice.
This national program will focus on industry leading workers compensation insurance solutions for non-profits and human service providers including, but not limited to, child services, substance abuse facilities, community-based programs, group homes, fitness/sports facilities and religious organizations.
Ms. Hough joined Key Risk in 2015 and has continuously demonstrated a commitment to providing value to workers compensation programs for employers. She most recently served in an underwriting leadership role for our Atlantic Coast Region.
Scott Holbrook, president of Key Risk, commented, “We are excited to establish a national focus for Human Service providers and expand on our commitment to exceeding the expectations of our regional clients. With over 10 years of experience supporting this industry, we are confident that the leadership and team we have established will continue to deliver on our commitment to Human Service employers nationwide.”
For further information about workers compensation insurance programs, please contact Travis Moose at 470.539.5500 or TMoose@keyrisk.com.
ABOUT KEY RISK:
Key Risk (a Berkley Company) delivers innovative and responsive workers compensation solutions that provide clients the freedom to do what they do best. For more than 30 years, Key Risk has focused exclusively on workers compensation solutions for a variety of industries with operations based in the Eastern United States. Nationally, Key Risk offers specialty insurance solutions for employers in the industries of Human Services, Temporary Staffing, Professional Employers Organizations (PEO) and USL&H.
Key Risk is a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, whose insurance company subsidiaries are rated A+ (Superior), Financial Size Category XV by A.M. Best Company and A+ (Strong), by S&P.
For further information about Key Risk, please visit www.KeyRisk.com.