Every claim impacts the cost of your workers compensation insurance premiums. Did you know that one claim for $5,000 will require $250,000 in sales to generate the net profit to cover the premium increase? R&R’s proven process will help lower your insurance premiums and gain control of your past and future claims.

Our experienced professionals assist with:

  • Evaluating your current and potential MOD factors utilizing ModMaster
  • Regularly assessing the safety of your job sites 
  • Developing an early return-to-work program 
  • Conducting safety surveys 
  • Creating a safety culture 
  • Employee education and training

What's driving your work comp costs?

At R&R, we follow a carefully designed plan and measure progress toward goals that we establish together. We’ll sift out immediate opportunities to make an impact on your claims and your costs. Finally, we’ll lead you to practical, proven methods to understand, manage and improve your workers compensation programs.

Work Comp Educational Series

Understanding and managing everything surrounding Workers' Compensation can be daunting. R&R has put together an on-demand webinar series to help you navigate the basic and complex situations surrounding this topic. 

Download the full Basics of Wisconsin Workers Compensation On-demand Webinar.

Looking for a specific topic? Click on the links below for specific chapters in the series.

Chapter 1: The Grand Compromise: Why do we have Workers' Compensation? What did employees and employers give up and gain?

Chapter 2: What is a compensable workers' compensation claim? "Employers and Employees" subject to the act.

Chapter 3: Reporting Requirements in Wisconsin Workers' Compensation

Chapter 4: Summary of the benefits available in Wisconsin and what is the healing plateau and MMI?

Chapter 5: Medical Treatment and Choice of Doctors

Chapter 6: The Best Way to Control your Workers' Compensation Costs: Managing Temporary Total Disability and Temporary Partial Disability

Chapter 7: What is permanent partial disability? Scheduled and Unscheduled Injuries and How Settlements are Calculated

Chapter 8: Larger Workers' Compensation Claims: Permanent Total Disability, Vocational Rehabilitation, Re-training, Fatality Accidents

Chapter 9: Wisconsin's Workers' Compensation Litigation System: Hearings, Appeals, ALJ's, LIRC, the Courts, and Statutes of Limitations

Chapter 10: Penalties for Not Buying Workers' Compensation Insurance in Wisconsin When Required

Chapter 11: Are they an "independent contractor" or an "employee"? Wisconsin's 9-Part Test

Chapter 12: Penalties for Safety Violations and Unreasonable Refusal to Rehire Claims

Chapter 13: Rights of Reimbursement: Getting Your Money Back from Third-Parties Who Injure Your Employees

Chapter 14: Other Issues: Occupational Injuries, Traveling Employees, Temp Agencies, and Deviating from the Course and Scope of Employment

Chapter 15: The Workers' Compensation Balancing Act: Good and Bad of the System, Balancing the Interests of Employers and Employees