Worker protection on the job should be a priority as they play an important role in society – often as the backbone of industry and breadwinners in their households. This type of insurance provides cash and/or health benefits to workers who might suffer injury or illness as a direct result of their jobs.
Make sure you are covered in all areas of your business. At WHA we have highly experienced agents that can help guide you to ensure you have the right cover, at the best rates possible.
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Workers’ compensation insurance helps pay for medical expenses and partial lost wages resulting from a work-related injury or illness. In the event of a fatality, it also pays death benefits.
Workers’ compensation insurance can help protect your business and employees in the event of a loss, but some situations take place on the job that are not covered. These vary from state to state. Examples of things not covered include: injuries caused by intoxication, injuries claimed after a fight at the workplace or after being laid off, injuries from company policy violations, emotional trauma from the workplace, or wages for a replacement worker.
In most states, any employer with one or more employees is required to carry workers compensation insurance. Large employers may insure themselves, but they must apply with their state and meet strict self-insurance requirements.