Workers’ Comp Resources

How Workers’ Compensation Premiums are Calculated

Knowing your employees and your business are protected in case of accidents through your workers’ comp policy inspires confidence.

Understanding the Workers’ Compensation Claims Process

The term workers’ compensation can sometimes be overwhelming without the right background and guidance to help you through the process.

Do I Need Workers’ Comp Insurance for Remote Workers?
  • Published February 9, 2021

In short, yes. As the world has quickly changed in light of the rise of Covid-19, most of us are […]


Winter Workplace Safety Tips
  • Published January 22, 2021

In the midst of winter, freezing rain, snow, and ice can drastically increase the potential for winter-related workplace accidents. Putting […]

Why You Need to File Workers’ Comp Claims Quickly
  • Published January 20, 2021

When an employee gets hurt at work, it’s important the employer handles the injury quickly and efficiently. Filing the workers’ […]


What Is a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
  • Published December 10, 2020

In any business greater than one, there’s a risk of employee injury or illness on the job. And when injury […]

What Is a Workers’ Comp Ghost Policy?
  • Published December 8, 2020

So you don’t have any employees, but you’ve been asked by a potential client to provide proof of workers’ compensation […]

5 Business Startup Costs to Build Into Your Budget
  • Published December 1, 2020

Starting an independently owned business is difficult, even if you go in prepared. As a general rule, the costs associated […]

Is Business Insurance Tax Deductible?
  • Published November 25, 2020

If you run a small business, you know that business insurance is an important tool to protect your company and […]

Is Workers’ Comp Required in My State?
  • Published November 22, 2020

The world of business insurance can be complicated. When it comes to workers’ compensation insurance, a type of insurance policy […]

How to Support Service Industry Workers During COVID-19
  • Published November 20, 2020

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the restaurant industry has experienced more significant sales and job losses than nearly any other. […]


Workers’ Compensation Guide for Subcontractors
  • Published November 17, 2020

Subcontractors often handle many different things at once. From taking on multiple projects to managing the many unique facets of […]


Can an Employee File a Claim for an Injury Sustained While Working from Home?
  • Published November 12, 2020

Today’s digital workforce has revolutionized the way employees get their work done — or, more specifically, where they get it done. However, […]


The Future of Work Is Remote — Even After the Pandemic
  • Published November 6, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it, and in few places has that been more true than […]


What Does It Mean to Be Licensed, Bonded, and Insured?
  • Published August 20, 2020

You’ve probably seen the words licensed, bonded, and insured among the fine print on many service agency ads, fliers, and commercials. Whether describing a […]

Social Justice Organizations That Are Working for Positive Change
  • Published August 15, 2020

The tragic death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, sparked outrage across the nation, prompting protests in all 50 […]

How to Implement an Emergency Remote Setup
  • Published August 13, 2020

Without a doubt, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way that most companies do business. As nationwide stay-at-home orders were […]

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