Workers Compensation Insurance
Workers compensation insurance provides benefits for your employees if they are injured, become ill or die as a result of employment activities. It also provides liability coverage for employers in case you are held legally responsible for an employee’s job-related bodily injury or death.
Workers compensation insurance is required by law and is available to cover employees of businesses — including agricultural operations — such as corporations, partnerships and sole proprietorships. Workers compensation insurance provides:
Benefits to employees as prescribed by workers compensation insurance laws, such as medical and hospital services and weekly compensation.
Employer’s liability coverage provides protection for occurrences for which you may be held legally responsible. This can be legal liability for injury to employees on or off the premises, defense costs or medical expenses incurred by employees for job-related injuries.
State laws determine the type of workers covered and excluded under workers compensation insurance laws. Talk to a Farm Bureau agent today for more information on workers compensation insurance that will comply with your state laws.
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