EMPLOYERS offers credit towards policy premiums for eligible NvRA members and more.
EMPLOYERS is the workers’ compensation provider of choice for the Nevada Restaurant Association (NvRA), offering workers’ compensation insurance and services to NvRA members through our network of independent insurance agents.
Hospitality businesses make up our largest client group–we understand restaurants best. From fast food to fine dining, our presence in Nevada is especially strong. 100 years of experience, financial stability, and a commitment to helping hospitality workers when they need it most makes EMPLOYERS the best workers’ compensation insurance choice for NvRA members.
NvRA Member Benefits for EMPLOYERS Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Cash Flow Assistance
EMPLOYERS® offers low minimum premiums and flexible payment plans to help restaurateurs better manage cash flow, making it easier to balance between busy and off-season.
Efficient Claim Handling
EMPLOYERS® has a multi-lingual claims center open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day (24/7) for claims reporting. Serving injured workers promptly is top priority. Our Claim Adjusters also help business owners control costs with smart claim service systems.
Injured Employee Hotline
EMPLOYERS® provides a 24/7 hotline staffed by registered nurses. They provide medical guidance over the phone for policyholders and their employees with new work-related injuries or occupational diseases.
EMPLOYERS® gives a reloadable debit card for workers’ compensation benefit payments. Injured workers may use the card at ATMs or at merchants where debit Mastercard® is accepted, to get cash at any bank teller, or transfer money to a bank account.
To get started, connect with a local agent and join other NvRA members already part of the EMPLOYERS family. If you are not yet an NvRA Member, visit www.nvrestaurants.com.
In Nevada, insurance is offered through Employers Compensation Insurance Company, Employers Insurance Company of Nevada, Employers Preferred Insurance Company, and Employers Assurance Company. No all insurers do business in all jurisdictions.