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If you have any questions contact Patti Drake by e-mail, Patti@Reichleyins.com, or by phone, 937-306-8004.



Workers Compensation Group Rating


In Ohio, the workers compensation rating program allows employers to reduce their workers’ compensation costs. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation permits employers to join together and be “rated” as a group through a sponsoring organization (such as the Professional Insurance Agents Association) to save money.

More than 96,000 Ohio employers have joined a workers comp rating plan. PIA’s plan is the largest in Ohio, and is administered by CompMangement, Inc. (CMI/Sedgwick CMS).

Some workers compensation rating plans inflate their projected savings and are not large enough for form stable groups. When this occurs, employers find their actual savings are less than anticipated. At Reichley Insurance Agency, our plan does not inflate projected savings and is large enough to form stable groups in all industries.

Some of the benefits to our workers compensation rating are:

  • Free safety consulting service
  • Free comprehensive safety manual specific to your industry ($500 value) to help you reduce potential losses and have a safer workplace
  • Discounts on overnight shipping

In addition you also you have access to the following benefits:

  • Cost- effective claims management by experienced professionals
  • Representation at the hearings before the Industrial Commission of Ohio
  • Workers’ compensation education and training through CMI/Sedgwick CMS seminars, newsletters and bulletins
  • Online access to safety education and training resources
  • Access to unemployment compensation consultation and representation

Contact Reichley Insurance Agency today to find out how we can lower your costs with a workers compensation rating plan!


Workers Comp Rating FAQs

Are all group rating plans the same?

No. Some group rating plans inflate their projected savings and are not large enough for form stable groups. When this occurs, employers find their actual savings are less than anticipated. The PIA plan does not inflate projected savings and is large enough to form stable groups in all industries.

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How much can I save?

With PIA Workers’ Compensation Group Rating, you can get the maximum allowable discount. Most employers in our group save the maximum!

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What if I have not qualified for group rating in the past?

Your eligibility for group rating may change from year to year, meaning that even if you have not qualified in the past, you could qualify through PIA.

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Am I required to join a sponsoring organization to be in group rating?

Yes Annual dues vary widely and reduce your savings. Some organizations’ dues are more than $1,000, but PIA’s dues are minimal.

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How do I compare group rating plans?

In return for submitting a completed AC-3 form, you will receive group rating enrollment information that projects your savings for the next year. Your PIA agent can assist you in comparing service coverage and related costs.

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What benefits do I get with my PIA Group Rating Program?

  • Free safety consulting service
  • Free comprehensive safety manual specific to your industry ($500 value) to help you reduce potential losses and have a safer workplace
  • Discounts on overnight shipping

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In addition to PIA benefits, you have access to the following CMI/Sedgwick CMS benefits:

  • Cost- effective claims management by experienced professionals
  • Representation at the hearings before the Industrial Commission of Ohio
  • Workers’ compensation education and training through CMI/Sedgwick CMS seminars, newsletters and bulletins
  • Online access to safety education and training resources
  • Access to unemployment compensation consultation and representation

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