Gray Insurance Group, Inc. Blog: compensation
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Wednesday, January 10, 2024Keeping employees safe on an outdoor job is a priority for all companies. To achieve this, you need business insurance. A key component of your plan should be workers' compensation insurance. It helps cover the costs when an employee suffers an injury or an illness. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 29, 2023Workers compensation insurance helps give you the financial protection against medical bills and lost time at work should an employee be injured on the job. However, the right business insurance provider can not only help cover those costs, but can also help to minimize the risk of injury at your workplace. READ MORE >>
Monday, June 27, 2022Workers compensation insurance, whether it is a legally required type of insurance or one that your business selects because of its financial benefits, is can be an important financial protection. This type of plan can offer financial protection for your business to cover the losses of your employees if they become ill or are injured on the job. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 19, 2022One of the most essential business insurance products is workers' compensation insurance. Modern workers' comp insurance carries layers of federal, state and local regulations. These regulations protect both the injured worker and the employer. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 17, 2021There is often a lot of confusion when it comes to compensation offered by a workers compensation policy. Workers compensation is designed to help employees with expenses when they are injured on the job. There are many types of benefits available under workers compensation and each works a bit differently. READ MORE >>
Thursday, March 25, 2021 Can I Use My Doctor for Workers Compensation? When you have to file a workers compensation claim, there are certain requirements that you must meet in order to receive your benefits. This includes providing the proper information, documenting the event and filing within a certain time limit (such as within thirty days of the injury). READ MORE >>