chris-r-reinhardt-laborersadrChris R. Reinhardt, CIC has been involved with UNION ADR workers’ compensation programs in California since their inception in 1994. In addition, Mr. Reinhardt has been providing all forms of insurance to Union offices, Trust Funds, individual members as well as contractor associations and their Signatory Contractors.

Mr. Reinhardt serves as program administrator for a number of Unionized ADR Workers’ Compensation Programs. He is responsible for all filings required by the WCIRB and DIR. As program administrator, he is responsible for the selection and approval of carrier participants.

“I also work with a group of professional ombudsmans who meet the requirements of the Labor-Management Committee. Each ombudsman has a unique approach to the ADR claims process; I work with the individual selected in seeing that our goals established for the program are met.

I can help you establish an ADR Workers’ Compensation Program under Labor Code 3201.5 or 3201.7 which protects your members while delivering exceptional claims service.

The ADR program can help reduce premium expenses for participating Signatory Contractors and Employers by reducing workers’ compensation premiums and the reduction in experience modification factors as a result of the ADR claims process.”

If you have questions regarding how an ADR Group Workers’ Compensation Program can benefit your organization, call Chris R. Reinhardt, CIC at (800) 864-6623 from within CA, (909) 234-7290 from outside CA or send an email to chrisr@unionadr.com.


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