Purchasing Groups earn dividends

Auto Dealers Approach $5M Texas Mutual Dividend Mark

November 1, 2010 – Texas Mutual Insurance Company announced an $856,859 dividend to the Lone Star Auto Dealers (LSA) workers’ compensation purchasing group today. The dividend was based largely on the group’s loss ratio.

LSA has earned $4.7 million in Texas Mutual dividends since 2002. By committing to workplace safety and helping injured workers return to productive employment, LSA members improve their chances of qualifying for future dividends.*

In addition to potential dividends, LSA members get a discount on their workers’ compensation premium. They also have access to free safety materials, including online videos, pamphlets, videos, DVDs and an industry-specific safety plan.

Any licensed Texas agent can submit qualifying clients for consideration in LSA. For more information, visit texasmutual.com/agents/pr_lsa.shtm or lonestarautodealers.com.

*Past dividends are not a guarantee of future dividends. The Texas Department of Insurance must approve all dividends.

Medical Group Earns $788K Texas Mutual Dividend

October 28, 2010 – Texas Mutual Insurance Company announced a $788,170 dividend to the Texas Medical Group (TMG) today. The workers’ compensation purchasing group dividend was based largely on TMG’s loss ratio.

TMG has earned $1,726,338 in Texas Mutual dividends since 2008. By committing to workplace safety and helping injured workers return to productive employment, TMG members improve their chances of qualifying for future dividends.*

In addition to potential dividends, TMG members get a discount on their workers’ compensation premium. They also have access to free safety materials, including online videos, pamphlets, videos, DVDs and an industry-specific safety plan.

Any licensed Texas agent can submit qualifying clients for consideration in TMG. For more information, visit texasmutual.com/agents/pr_tmg.shtm or texasmedicalgroupwcprogram.com.

*Past dividends are not a guarantee of future dividends. The Texas Department of Insurance must approve all dividends.

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