Workers Compensation

$2,875,725 Paid in Dividends since 2006

If your clients are with Texas Mutual now, ask your underwriter to put them in the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers' Group at renewal.  If they are not, ask for a quote in this group on any new business!
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Contact Curtis Heptner,
(940) 397-2271 for more details.

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At Standard Energy, Safety is Mission Critical



Benefits for the Clients

  • Premium discounts – based on the group’s written premium (currently at 12.3%)
  • Safety group dividend* – for qualifying groups if dividend is declared
  • General policyholder dividends* – for qualifying policyholders if declared
  • Loss prevention services – industry-specific safety plans for group members
  • Client retains his/her own experience modifier 

 benefits for the agent

  • Any licensed agent may submit a qualifying client for this open group
  • Agent of record retains the business and receives FULL commission
  • Agent continues to take part in Texas Mutual profit sharing
  • Agents grow their book of business by offering specialized coverage
  • Helps maintain renewal stability
 TDI Classification codes allowed in the group are: 1321, 6202, 6203, 6206, 6213, 6214, 6216, 6233, 6237, 7515, 8113, and 8601.
*Dividends are not guaranteed and past dividends are not a guarantee of future dividends.
The Texas Department of Insurance must approve ALL dividend plans.


One of our TAEP Workers Comp Safety Group members, Standard Energy of Lubbock, is highlighted in a Texas Mutual article. According to the author David J. Wylie, they are doing some exiciting things around safety, including widening the wheel base on their frack trucks to reduce rollover risks.

Read the article to get ideas about how the company keeps the standard of safety high.

At Standard Energy, Safety is Mission Critical