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Jewelers of America Announces Workers Compensation Member Benefit

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – Jewelers of America (JA), the national trade association for businesses serving the fine jewelry marketplace, announced it has partnered with JM Insurance Services, LLC (JMIS) to offer competitive Workers Compensation insurance rates exclusively for JA Members.

The new benefit will provide JA Members access to preferred pricing on Workers Compensation from JMIS to protect their business and employees when illness or accidents strike. If an employee gets hurt, becomes sick or dies due to their job, Workers Compensation provides coverage that includes medical care costs, rehabilitation treatments, lost wages and death benefits.

JMIS is a wholly-owned subsidiary agency of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group. While Jewelers Mutual specializes exclusively in insuring personal jewelry and jewelry businesses, JMIS extends that scope as a full-service insurance agency.

JMIS Workers Compensation coverage is underwritten by AmTrust North America, a national insurance carrier with an “A-” (Excellent) FSC “XV” rating by A.M. Best. The company provides a broad suite of insurance products including workers compensation coverage for small- and medium-sized businesses.

Jewelers of America Members can request a quote for Workers Compensation coverage through JMIS here: www.jewelers.org

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