Workers Compensation Insurance

Types of Hearing Protection for Workers

Workers every day are exposed to noise levels at work that are so high they are rated hazardous. In the last decade, over 120,000 people have developed permanent hearing loss, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Frustratin
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Reasons Employers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims

Reasons Employers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims

Employers might deny workers' compensation claims for various reasons. In some cases, innocent and honest employees end up having to hire an attorney in order to enforce their rights and obtain workers' comp. However, in others, the claims might not be legitimate and end up being denied.


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What is Workers Compensation Insurance?

Even though a business takes every precaution to ensure the safety of its employees, accidents still happen. Some are small requiring minor first aid but just one accident that causes long-term medical care could be devastating to both the employee and employer. To cover such possibilities most busi
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Employers Liability Insurance

Small business owners who have employees are required by state law in many states to maintain workers compensation coverage. In some states, an employer who has no Employers Liability Insurance can be shut down by health and safety officials. Workers compensation coverage is provided in exchange for
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The Importance of Having a Workplace Safety Program

Workplace accidents aren’t limited to large companies or industries that are prone to accidents, like the construction industry. Medical emergencies or potential health care situations can occur in practical any workplace, at any time. These workplace accidents have the potential to cause minor or
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Workers’ Compensation: Beyond Worksite Injuries

If you’re a business owner with employees, you’re no stranger to worker’s compensation insurance policies. Workers compensation exists as a way for you to provide your employees with benefits in the event of a work-related illness or injury. What you may not be aware of, however, is that worke
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What Employees Need to Know About Workers Compensation Insurance

Worker’s compensation is a type of insurance that protects the employee from medical costs and income loss as a result of work-related injury or illness. Most states in the US require employees to be covered by worker’s compensation, though the specific guidelines for worker’s
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7 Ways to Reduce Workers Compensation Claims

Workers compensation is recommended as protection and coverage for your employees. In most states it is required of all employers. Workers compensation will offer medical coverage and payroll assistance for employees who receive work-related illnesses or injuries. As an employer, if you have a long
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Paid Sick Leave Reduces Workplace Injuries

Offering paid sick leave to employees reduces the amount of workplace injuries, according to a recent study by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). The study, which was publ
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Higher Workers’ Comp Claims Stem from Traffic Accidents

Higher Workers’ Comp Claims Stem from Traffic Accidents

While many business owners invest in Workers’ Compensation Insurance to protect their employees while on site, results from a study conducted by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) revealed traffic accidents are a leading cause of high-severity workers’ compensation injuries.


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