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The Tire Industry Association (TIA) is endorsing Meadowbrook Insurance Group as its workers' compensation insurance program provider.

"This program is part of TIA’s goal of continuing its efforts to offer a complete insurance package to its membership," say TIA officials.

Meadowbrook is one of the 25 largest insurance brokers in the nation.

"Of the numerous member benefits that a trade association can provide, insurance programs can have the most immediate effect on the bottom line," says Roy Littlefield, TIA executive vice president.

TIA members will have the chance to share in potential dividends through the program. Each year, eligible members can receive part of their workers’ compensation premium as a dividend. If total premiums collected exceed total losses paid, each participant receives a dividend, according to TIA officials.

"It is important to note that dividends are not guaranteed since they are based on the combined claim costs of all TIA participants."

For more information on the program, call (800) 726-9006 or visit Meadowbrook on the Web at www.wcpolicy.com/tia.

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