What Classifies as a “Small Group”?
While the definition of a small group plan can vary slightly depending on the state you live in, small groups essentially cater to any business with 50 or fewer full-time employees. States like California, Colorado, New York and Vermont are exceptions, allowing teams of 100 or fewer to also have this type of coverage. So consider your state’s requirements carefully when determining whether this type of insurance plan is right for your needs.
What To Know About Warner Pacific
Warner Pacific has been a leader in the small group market since we opened our doors almost 40 years ago. It’s important to us that businesses, both small and large, have access to accommodating insurance resources to protect their teams.
Small companies are the backbone of the country, and they’re some of the closest to our hearts. That’s why we’ll go the extra mile to match every client with a provider that makes sense for their particular circumstances. We work hard to supply a diverse list of small group plan carriers, and our network is growing every day. This way, you know you’re going to find the perfect arrangements for you.
We pride ourselves on being available during all business hours to answer questions and provide essential resources to help brokers choose the right plans for companies. So don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. You can also learn more about our specific small group plan partners by browsing our ever-growing list of carriers below.