Workers Compensation Location

Tom WallaceCommercial Coverage, General, Workers Compensation

workers compensation

Location Matters Most states require Workers Compensation to cover injuries to employees while working. One location entities with no remote workers don’t have much to think about in regards to location. The primary driver of coverage is the “3.A” state listed on the declarations page. Insurers like to know the actual location addresses but the main driver of coverage is … Read More

Workers Compensation

Tom WallaceLaws and Taxes, Risk Management

Workers Compensation for Employees-General Most states require coverage for employees who become sick or are injured on the job. Workers compensation insurance and state workers compensation law work together to provide benefits to employees.  The purpose of this post is not to give a policy overview. For those of you with larger organizations you know the drill. It can be … Read More