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Oct

Workers’ Compensation Benefits You Must Know

Workers’ compensation offers different types of benefits depending on the needs of the injured employee. Not all injuries require disability benefits. There are injuries, on the other hand, that will prevent an employee from returning to their previous job. It’s important to understand what benefits are available if you are injured while on the job. Once you know what injuries

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27
Jul

How to Estimate Workers’ Comp Premiums Based on Payroll?

When you have employees working at your company, you’ll need to carry workers’ compensation insurance. The policy protects your staff in case of an illness or injury at work. Here’s a look at how your insurer determines your workers’ comp premiums and how payroll changes can impact the overall cost. How Does Your Insurer Calculate Your Workers’ Compensation Premiums? Your

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14
Apr

Five Tips to Claim Your Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation is insurance that employers must carry to pay for accidents and illnesses that affect employees while on the job. However, filing a claim doesn’t automatically generate a check to pay for medical bills and lost wages. Here are five important workers’ compensation tips to know when you file a claim. Immediately Report an Injury to Your Supervisor For

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18
Nov

A Basic Guide to Filing Workers’ Compensation Claim in California

All employers in California are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Employers with no workers’ comp insurance policy may face criminal and civil penalties. When you file a workers’ comp claim, you have to deal with your employer’s workers’ comp insurer. If there is a dispute regarding any aspect of your claim, the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board will resolve the

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25
Oct

Independent Contractors and Workers’ Compensation: An Overview

Workers’ comp insurance is a policy that provides coverage to employees (and independent contractors). The policy will pay for any medical expenses and lost wages resulting from a work-related injury. Some independent contractors prefer to carry their own health insurance coverage for work-related accidents, but this type of coverage will not pay for lost wages. However, the final decision is

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