This page contains a Flash digital edition of a book.
AND WITH THE BACKGROUND AND THE RESOURCES THAT WE’VE BUILT OVER OUR SIGNIFICANT TENURE IN THIS INDUSTRY, THAT IS AN EXPERTISE.”


the company calls the Northland Advantage. While the company itself has been in business for 67 years, it also fields an experienced staff. Its products are marketed by a wholesale distribution force of general agents across the country with underwriting authority. Tey in turn work with retail independent insurance producers who interact directly with


customers. “Tey understand the regions that they underwrite in. Tey understand trucking. Tey’re also very deeply experienced in the trucking space,” he said. Te experience extends to Northland’s


claims department, which works only in transportation, with trucking being the main product. Not only is the claims department


“IT’S OUR EXPERTISE. WHAT THEY DO ALL DAY LONG IS ASSESS EXPOSURE ON TRUCKERS, AND WHEN YOU DO THAT AT THE LEVEL THAT WE DO IT


experienced, but it’s also supported. Travelers operates a hands-on claims training facility, Claim University, in Hartford with a heavy equipment lab featuring damaged full-size tractor-trailers. Claim University also has a forensics lab where materials scientists and other specialists test parts that might have failed and look for other potential contributors to claims. Tat information makes it more likely Northland can subrogate claims – in other words, find others who legitimately were at fault aside from carriers. “It’s our expertise. What they do all day


long is assess exposure on truckers, and when you do that at the level that we do it and with the background and the resources that we’ve built over our significant tenure in this industry, that is an expertise,” Jermeland said. Northland’s risk control department


provides on-site consultations and safety training. Carrier clients can view safety material at a company website, truckinsurance. com. Specialists help customers evaluate and enhance their risk management programs regarding Department of Transportation


READY GET


FOR


2015 ROADCHECK


J. J. Keller and your State Trucking Association are partners in compliance.


14


Tens of thousands of vehicles will be inspected during Roadcheck 2015, June 2-4, giving you an excellent opportunity to improve your fl eet’s CSA scores with positive inspection results.


AD 15916


Prepare your drivers BEFORE they hit the road with Roadside Inspections: A Driver’s Guide training program.


Only $395


Use this best-selling program to properly train your drivers to help them pass inspections and avoid being placed out of service. The program covers CSA and how it impacts roadside inspections, driver and vehicle preparation, CVSA out-of-service criteria and much more.


Make sure your drivers and vehicles are operating safely with help from J. J. Keller!


Choose alternate formats for the delivery method that works best for you.


Online Pay Per View


Roadcheck will be here before you know it – prepare now! To order, call NTA 402-476-8504 dgarcia@nebtrucking.com


PC 110530 TM NEBRASKA TRUCKER — ISSUE 2, 2015 — www.nebtrucking.com


Choose alternate formats for the delivery method that works best for you.


Page 1  |  Page 2  |  Page 3  |  Page 4  |  Page 5  |  Page 6  |  Page 7  |  Page 8  |  Page 9  |  Page 10  |  Page 11  |  Page 12  |  Page 13  |  Page 14  |  Page 15  |  Page 16  |  Page 17  |  Page 18  |  Page 19  |  Page 20  |  Page 21  |  Page 22  |  Page 23  |  Page 24