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Should I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Should I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

On-the-job injuries and illnesses happen every day in a variety of workplaces across the United States. The latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows nearly 3 million American workers got hurt on the job in 2017. But how many injuries or illnesses at work rise to the level of needing to involve an insurance company?

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How to Conduct Workplace Incident Investigations

How to Conduct Workplace Incident Investigations

Every small business owner needs to know how to conduct a workplace incident investigation. It’s also in a small business owner’s best interest to cultivate a safe work environment.

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North Carolina Workers’ Comp Rate Cut a Boon for Small Business

North Carolina Workers’ Comp Rate Cut a Boon for Small Business

North Carolina’s more than 890,000 small businesses saw their operational costs go down for the fourth time in five years thanks to a 15.9% workers’ compensation rate cut.

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A Quick Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Texas

A Quick Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Texas

Texas has long prided itself as a rugged and independent republic. It carries a swagger that comes with being the largest contiguous state, the second-most populous state, the second-largest economy in the nation and home to 48 Fortune 500 companies. So, it‘s not surprising Texas also has an independent streak when it comes to workers’ compensation insurance.

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A Restaurant Owner’s Guide to Workers’ Compensation

A Restaurant Owner’s Guide to Workers’ Compensation

The relaxed, comfortable atmosphere restaurant patrons enjoy in the dining room bears little resemblance to the fast-paced, often stressed-out world in the back of the house. The frenetic pace behind the scenes in the kitchen, storage areas and loading docks creates an environment where injuries can easily occur.

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What Small Business Owners Should Know About Return-to-Work Programs

What Small Business Owners Should Know About Return-to-Work Programs

Communication between a small business owner, its workers’ compensation provider and the injured employee is vital to making the return-to-work process run smoothly.

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N.J. Workers’ Compensation Law Change Benefits Carriers and Small Businesses

N.J. Workers’ Compensation Law Change Benefits Carriers and Small Businesses

The ruling benefits workers’ compensation insurers in New Jersey by letting them independently pursue more subrogation cases for recovery. It gives carriers a more equal voice.

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Small Business Demands Big Insurance Requirements

Small Business Demands Big Insurance Requirements

Small businesses take risks every day to evolve, grow and profit. Risk is inherent in everything from hiring a new […]

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7 Common Workers Compensation Claim Injuries

7 Common Workers Compensation Claim Injuries

There are many types of injuries and illnesses that can result in a workers’ compensation claim. Here are some of the most common injuries, based on EMPLOYERS claim data.

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Workers’ Comp Payments Options: What’s Right for You

Workers’ Comp Payments Options: What’s Right for You

What policyholders might not know is that there are different options available for making workers’ compensation payments to help accommodate individual business needs. Each option comes with its own benefits and drawbacks.

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Q&A: What Is The Business Owners Role In Scheduling Workers’ Compensation Doctors’ Appointments?

Q&A: What Is The Business Owners Role In Scheduling Workers’ Compensation Doctors’ Appointments?

When employees get injured on the job, small business owners should be aware of their rights and responsibilities while also respecting injured workers’ rights. Here you’ll find some common questions regarding workers’ compensation doctors’ appointments.

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Tips to Help Avoid Unexpected Workers’ Compensation Premium Costs and Changes to Coverage

Tips to Help Avoid Unexpected Workers’ Compensation Premium Costs and Changes to Coverage

At the end of a policy term when a premium audit is conducted, any unreported changes to staff, operations and job classifications can lead to unexpected changes in premiums and coverage. Read some top tips to avoid these unexpected changes and stay on top of your coverage.

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