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A lot of business owners in California assume workers compensation is all pretty similar regardless of the carrier. The fact is that the cost of coverage for the same classification codes can vary significantly between companies. Additionally, employers who are buying their workers comp coverage from the State Compensation Insurance Fund may be paying way too much for coverage.
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In most states, We generally target businesses where we have the best opportunity to provide the most savings. Often times, we've worked out special considerations for underwriting and/or pricing with some of our insurance partners. More policy discounts and credits may be applied.
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Our Pay As You Go workers' compensation insurance plans make it more affordable to buy workers' compensation insurance with little to no money required to start coverage. These plans also help reduce the risk of having a big audit bill at the end of the year because the premium you pay is based on your actual, real-time payroll.
We offer Pay As You Go workers comp from dozens of top-rated insurance companies. We can manage the reporting process directly, set your business up to report and pay the carriers, or work with your payroll provider to collect and pay your premium each pay period or monthly.
Yes. California law requires employers to have purchase workers' compensation insurance when they have one or more employee- Part or full-time. In some cases individual business owners with no partners or employees may be able to waive coverage in California. Employers benefit from shopping coverage with multiple carriers.
In recent years, the voluntary market in California has been one of the most volatile markets in the nation. However, several new carriers have recently began quoting insurance coverage in the state, why others have stopped writing any new business. Overall, rates have continued to increase in California as many carries have experienced record losses and have not been profitable in the state.
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