CopperPoint News

June 13, 2017

PHOENIX, Arizona - CopperPoint Insurance Companies, a leader in workers compensation insurance, announces it has named Mark L. Joos its chief financial officer.

Joos will be responsible for overseeing the Finance Division, including Finance, Accounting and Investments for CopperPoint, an A- "Excellent" A.M. Best-rated company with $1.3 billion in surplus and more than $3.6 billion in assets with no debt.

May 26, 2017

PHOENIX, Arizona - CopperPoint Insurance Companies, a leader in workers compensation insurance, announces Scott Shader has joined the company as chief operating officer.

With more than 30 years' insurance experience, Shader has extensive knowledge in commercial lines insurance, including expertise in analysis, building and running businesses with P&L responsibility, product underwriting and technology oversight.

May 10, 2017

PHOENIX, Arizona - CopperPoint Insurance Companies has been named one of the Healthiest Companies in America for 2016 by Interactive Health. The award is given to companies who have improved the overall health of their employees and made it a part of the corporate culture. This is the fourth time CopperPoint has won this award.

CopperPoint is one of only five Arizona companies to receive this award out of 156 companies across the country being recognized for helping employees making changes to improve their health in 2016.

April 27, 2017

PHOENIX, Arizona - LP Insurance Services, headquartered in Reno, Nevada, and Mountain West Agency Services, a subsidiary of CopperPoint Insurance Companies, presented a joint donation of $10,000 in 'milk money' to the St. Vincent's Dining Room at Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada. Additionally, 1,000 bottles of milk were donated and served to the families during lunchtime following the check presentation.

February 13, 2017

PHOENIX, Arizona - On January 13 CopperPoint Insurance Companies' employee Matthew Tucker, Policy Call Center Rep, received the Big Brother of the Year, Site-Based Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona at its annual volunteer recognition dinner at Rustler's Rooste in Phoenix.

Matthew and his "Little Brother" Daniel, a fifth-grader at Heard, have been matched for two years. "I gained a friend in Daniel. He is such a great kid; he's smart, a bit of a comedian and full of life," despite the issues he has faced.