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Wednesday, October 6, 2021One of the most essential business insurance products is workers' compensation insurance. Modern workers' comp insurance carries layers of federal, state and local regulations. These regulations protect both the injured worker and the employer. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, April 27, 2021In the case of liability insurance, fault is a major factor that helps calculate who is at fault and who will receive compensation. Workers compensation operates differently than most liability policies, however. Workers compensation will generally cover employee injuries no matter the fault, but this itself has limitations. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 15, 2020 Among the many types of coverage available under workers compensation, disability benefits are also offered. This type of compensation occurs when an employee obtains a disability due to a work-related accident or injury. READ MORE >>
Monday, August 31, 2020 In Texas, it is important for most business owners to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Even if you are a small organization or think you work in a low-risk industry, that doesn’t mean accidents won’t happen. If your employees get injured as a result, then you might be on the hook to pay them. READ MORE >>
Monday, April 20, 2020In the U.S., states have varying laws and regulations when it comes to workers compensation. Most requirements depend on the industry of a business and the amount of employees, and some businesses must purchase workers compensation through the state while others can purchase private workers compensation policies. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 19, 2019You may know that with personal insurance, bundling is a key term. It is one insurance companies like to use to reference savings. The same can apply to business insurance. If you are hoping to reduce your risks and save money, bundling your coverage can do that. Here is how some companies reduce their costs through this method. READ MORE >>