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 INSURICA Energy Practice Announces New Workers’ Compensation Program

INSURICA’s Energy Practice and premier Oklahoma workers compensation provider, CompSource Mutual have created a new Workers Compensation Program exclusively for Oklahoma’s energy industry. The program REWARDS Best in Class companies for hard work and innovation in safety and risk management. All it takes to begin receiving the benefit is to participate in a short risk management survey developed by INSURICA’s Energy Practice. National Energy Practice Leader Dave Deardeuff and Energy Practice member Dax Deardeuff join host Andy Paden to talk about the program, and how energy companies and other Oklahoma insurance brokers can participate.

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