Premium Audit conducts final audits after a policy has expired to true up the premium on your workers compensation and general liability insurance policies. The premium audit process allows us to compare the original estimated exposure against your actual exposure to determine your final premium and to verify your business operations. We value communication, cooperation and respect. For us, doing well and doing right are the same thing.
To make the audit process as easy as possible we utilize multiple audit methods for completing audits.
The method we will use for completing your audit is based on premium size, the type of operation and state requirements. Depending upon the method used, you may receive self-audit forms from a staff auditor or a vendor partner requesting final audit information; alternatively, you may receive communication from a field auditor requesting a Physical-Field Audit or Physical-Virtual Audit (also referred to as a Remote Physical Audit).
Our commitment goes beyond conducting an accurate audit, it is also our belief you should only pay premium for your actual exposure. When you need assistance, we will be here to help.
To protect our employees and customers' health and safety, all field employees, including Loss Control, Risk Management, Distribution and Premium Audit, will not conduct in-person meetings or physical surveys until the state(s) meet CDC criteria.