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York has been a trusted Public Entity partner for more than 50 years.

It has been our privilege to serve as a trusted public entity partner for more than 50 years, partnering with more than 5800 public entities and public employers, including states, cities, schools, counties, utilities and parks.

We are also approved by every major excess carrier and pool and have built effective relationships with each of them for seamless management of claims that involve excess insurance.

Most importantly, we have a deep understanding of the unique nuances of partnering with public entities, from having a flexible yet disciplined approach to working through the procurement process to providing expert claim and risk management services for workers’ compensation, liability and property claims that help you deliver on your promises to your citizens.  Our robust service offerings also include integrated managed care, absence management, return to work,  and actuarial risk consulting services.

Most importantly, we can create custom solutions that leverage all that York brings to the table, tailored for each clients’ specific needs and delivered through a local team that truly understands your claims, your concerns and your goals.

We invite you to learn more about what York Public Entity can offer you by clicking on the topics below.

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Resources

TeamComp: Closing Claims at the Right Time at the Right Cost Aug 31 2017 Building A Long-Term, Successful Relationship With Your TPA Aug 10 2017 Building a Long-Term Successful Relationship with Your TPA Jun 21 2017 Finding and Dealing with Mold During School Repairs Jun 21 2017 How Well Have Your Social Media Policies Stood Up To Time? Mar 31 2017 New OSHA Reporting Regulations and How They Affect Public Agencies Feb 21 2017 What Does Proposition 64 Mean for Employers? Dec 20 2016 Dealing With Disasters Oct 07 2016 Managing Claims for Historic Buildings Oct 07 2016 Integrated Disability Management Oct 07 2016 Building Stable, Engaged Claims Teams Oct 07 2016 Medical Marijuana and Workers’ Compensation Jun 22 2016 Understanding Your Claims in 5 Minutes Jun 06 2016 Using Structured Settlements to Manage and Reduce Costs Jun 06 2016 Seeds of Claim — Managing Landscaping Choices to Prevent Claims Jun 06 2016 Making the Most of Predictive Analytics to Improve Claim Outcomes Feb 15 2016 What New Year’s Resolutions Did You Make for Your Claim Program? Jan 06 2016 Regulatory Update: Changes to the DWC Benefit Notice Regulations Nov 20 2015 How Does the Switch to ICD-10 Codes Affect Claims Costs and Claims Management? Oct 29 2015 Finding the “Goldilocks” Reserve Part III – The Impact of Current OSIP Reserving Regulation on Public Entities Oct 15 2015 How Actuaries View and Set Reserves Aug 27 2015 Finding the “Goldilocks” Reserve Part I – The Adjuster Perspective Jul 30 2015 Things to Consider Before You Say “I Do” to a TPA Jun 30 2015 Best Practices for Effective File Reviews May 28 2015 Having a Voice and Being Heard Apr 29 2015 York Hits $1.5M Restitution Milestone in Fighting Workers’ Compensation Fraud Mar 31 2015 Managing Measles in the Workplace Feb 26 2015 Building Skills for Success in Workers’ Compensation Jan 28 2015