Injuries on the job are common and all too costly. A slip and fall in the office can lead to to thousands of dollars in medical bills, lost wages, and frustration. Workers Compensation Insurance provides coverage for medical bills and the liability exposure of the employer.
How Much Does Workers Comp Cost?
Like other insurance products, it depends. The total cost of a Workers Comp policy depends on the total payroll, class of operation (office, landscaper, roofer, etc.) and other factors such as prior loss history, fees, and surcharges.
Do I need Workers Comp Coverage?
Buying a Workers Comp policy to protect your businesses' employees, officers, and owners is just good business practice, and might be required by law. Many General Contractors, homeowners, and businesses require a contractor to have Workers Comp coverage. You might lose out on a job if you don't have it.
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Dowling & O'Neil provides Workers Compensation Insurance for business' large and small. Contact us today to get started on a quote.