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Welcome!  In this issue of State Fund Today

Meet your new Regional Leadership team, and learn about our new regional structure. Get the latest on our increased commission cap.  Are billing issues a challenge?  Then you’ll especially appreciate information on our new specialized customer service Billing Service Unit, and much more…

Any feedback for us?   We’re always interested to know the topics that interest you the most.  Contact State Fund Today at statefundtoday@scif.com

Featured Articles

Exciting new changes are happening with our field leadership and organizational structure. We have expanded the number of service regions from two to four and appointed a Senior Vice President (SVP) over each region. The SVP’s are responsible for the performance … Read more »

Placing large accounts with State Fund is now much more profitable! We increased the commission cap from $50,000 to $250,000 for 2018 policies incepting or renewing on or after January 1, 2018. Commissions for policies above $2.5M in estimated annual … Read more »

State Fund has created a specialized underwriting team to exclusively service your trucking clients. We are committed to this important business sector by providing expert underwriting with an understanding of the industry’s unique and complex insurance needs, especially around distinguishing … Read more »

In support of the Cannabis industry, State Fund will be attending NCIA’s Cannabis Business Summit in San Jose, July 25-27, 2018.  We will be exhibiting at booth #1338. The annual summit, hosted by the cannabis industry’s only national trade association, brings together … Read more »

More than half of the calls to our Customer Service Center are billing related. This fact inspired us to create our new Billing Services Unit, a specialty unit staffed with trained experts exclusively assigned to handle billing issues.  Our goal … Read more »

A summer job is a rite of passage for many teenagers. Teens may bring youth, enthusiasm, and extra help during the season in many industries. For the teenager, a summer job is an opportunity to earn income, learn good work … Read more »