Risk Management

Date: Monday, October 24, 2011 Time: 11:30am - 12:45pm
Location:  Grill & Highland Room, Park City Club, 5956 Sherry Lane, Suite 1700  map

Topics Covered

  • The biggest insurance expenses in business: Healthcare and Workers Comp
  • How to understand these expenses
  • How to keep a reign on the cost

Speakers

Lizette Hensley
Lizette HensleyLizette has 25+ years of experience in the employee benefits arena. While working with small and large employer groups, Lizette brings fresh and innovative ideas and solutions to the continually increasing cost of health insurance by utilizing the "high deductable" concept and ancillary products offered by our Worksite Division. Lizette is an active member of the National Association of Health Underwriters, is recognized as a Chartered Benefits Consultant by the National Association of Alternative Benefits Consultants, and is also recognized as a Small Group Specialist.
John L. Morton
After college and spending time in the U.S. Army, John has spent his civilian career in sales and marketing. The first ten years of his business career was with Xerox Corporation. Over the next ten years, he was a commercial and real estate broker with the Swearingen Company in Dallas, Texas. For the last twenty-five years, he has been an insurance broker with Insurance Team One, specializing in taking companies out of workers comp by installing their own replacement, as well as providing the optimal kind of life insurance for personal estate planning and business needs.
Gary D. Sarles
Gary D. SarlesGary D. Sarles is a founding partner of Sarles & Ouimet and the managing partner of the Dallas office. Mr. Sarles concentrates his practice in the areas of employment, commercial and insurance litigation. He also defends employers who have nonsubscribed to the Texas Workers' Compensation Act in litigation and arbitration across the State of Texas. Mr. Sarles is actively involved with the Texas Association of Responsible Nonsubscribers (TXANS), assisting the Association and testifying before the Texas Legislature and Texas administrative agencies on various legal issues, including the 1995 tort reform legislation, changes in insurance regulations governing the Texas trucking industry, and in opposing all forms of mandatory workers' compensation insurance for Texas employers.