Baker, Romero & Associates
Insurance Brokers, Inc.
In light of Covid-19, our office is following the protocols provided by the CDC, Cal/OSHA, and the Department of Labor. Our staff will continue to provide your organization with assistance remotely. We are available to address your concerns and insurance needs. You can contact any of our team members through phone or email. We remain dedicated to providing exceptional service to the business community during this difficult time. We appreciate your continued support, and we will navigate this unprecedented time together. Stay safe.
“Focusing on the Human Side of Doing Business”
What we offer
Baker, Romero & Associates
Since 1986, Baker, Romero & Associates has built an impressive reputation with the social services community providing quality services at an affordable price. Our mission is to focus on the human side of doing business and put the needs of our clients first. Baker, Romero and Associates is unique in that it provides more comprehensive services to its clients than most other insurance brokers. We offer free Human Resource services and do not charge brokers fees with most of our insurance programs.
News and Updates
written by Rebecca Gomez The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits employers from making non-job related inquiries of employees or job applicants, either verbally or through use of an application form. Employers are generally prohibited from making the … Continue reading
What Sets Us Apart
- Effective Loss Control and Risk Management Programs Free
- Human Resources Services with an HR Professional
- Free Up To Date Employment and HR Forms
- No Brokers’ Fees (w/most insurance companies)
- Free Educational Workshops and Webinar
- Informational Email Updates on Latest Risk Management Trends
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Press & News
“I Can’t Wear a Face-Mask, I have a Disability.” Yesterday, Gavin Newsom issued an Executive Order requiring that a face covering must be worn in certain high-risk situations, including “[i]nside of, or in line to enter, any indoor public space.” This Order was issued after Orange County issued a requirement that rescinded the mask requirement. […]
The new normal requires organizations to change the way they conduct their operations, and your organization should incorporate these changes in your Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (“IIPP”). California Labor Code requires every employer to have a written program identifying workplace hazards and train employees on how to deal with them. The Labor Code also […]
California’s “Stay at Home” orders have forced many organizations to move from offices to working from home within a short period of time. This drastic change can potentially impact your organization’s workers’ compensation coverage. An employee may still have a workers’ compensation claim even if they are working from home. This begs the questions of how an […]