Nebraska has long been known for its grain and beef production. And thanks to its central location in the United States, Nebraska is an important nexus for national infrastructure – from the age of locomotives to today’s production of national wireless and high-speed data networks. In addition, Nebraska entrepreneurs are helping the state’s economy grow and diversify. Private health care, data processing companies, law firms and repair shops are among the leading income producers in Nebraska’s services industries.1
No matter what role a company plays in the state, it is required to provide workers’ compensation insurance coverage to its employees unless they meet one of a handful of stringent exceptions, such as working for a charity and earning less than $1,000 per year, or working for a family farm that only employs family members.2
Small businesses looking for accessible workers’ compensation insurance include manufacturing facilities, retail businesses, services such as hair salons and automobile repair shops, and agricultural businesses.
EMPLOYERS offers businesses in the Cornhusker State a streamlined, cost-effective option for workers’ compensation insurance. Whether your company is located in Omaha, Lincoln, Sidney, Holdrege, or sits somewhere in the state’s great rural areas, our coverage is within reach.
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1 Nebraska Economy. http://www.netstate.com/economy/ne_economy.htm
2 “Employee Frequently Asked Questions.” Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court, 2015, http://www.wcc.ne.gov/faqs/faq_employees.aspx#general
In Nebraska, workers’ compensation insurance policies are written through Employers Compensation Insurance Company, Employers Preferred Insurance Company, and Employers Assurance Company. Not all insurers do business in all jurisdictions.