NE Workers Comp Programs

Exclusive workers compensation programs for Nebraska employers help save money.

At Workers Compensation Shop.com, we offer a number of workers comp insurance programs in the state Nebraska. NE is not an expensive state for workers' compensation rates, but still many employers pay far too much for their premiums by not shopping their policy with many carriers. We work with more than a dozen providers in Nebraska and we can shop around for you in order to get the best coverage at the lowest rates in the industry.

One specific program we specialize in is Pay as You Go Workers Comp Coverage. Pay as You Go is a program designed to help businesses with their cash-flow. With this option you are allowed to pay your premiums on a monthly basis based on the payroll each month. This costs less up front and prevents your business from over or underpaying. This is just one example of the many programs we offer to help business owner's take full advantage of their workers comp policy.

Don't pay too much for your policy. We have been providing Workers' Comp Insurance to businesses in Connecticut for more then a decade and we have thousands of happy customers. Talk to a specialist now about how we can help you save on your workers comp rates 888-611-7467.

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Alabama Owner and Officer Exclusions

Alabama currently allows LLC owners, corporate officers, sole-proprietors, and partners to exclude themselves from workers compensation coverage. Owners may elect annually to be exempt from insurance coverage by filing a written certification of their election with the department and the insurance carrier providing coverage.

Why Shop Alabama Workers Comp?

Alabama's workers' compensation rates have been decreasing for the past few years. However, many insurance companies don't offer maximum discounts to employers who continue to renew coverage year-after-year. The reason is that insurance carriers are always interested in maximizing their own revenue. It's often helpful to shop you coverage when rates are decreasing to ensure your business is getting the very best price on coverage.

All employers who employ one or more employees must carry workers' compensation coverage in the state of Nebraska.

Workers' Compensation Rates in Nebraska are slightly less than the national average, but they have risen some in the last five years. As of 2014 rates were 4 % lower than the national average, but had risen 5% since 2010. Nebraska is a NCCI state meaning they do not set their own rates. Rates are set by NCCI, but carriers are allowed to offer discounts. At the current time there is a lack of competition amongst carriers in the state which is driving rates higher. This makes it very important for employers to shop their policy with several carriers.

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Visit NCCI for more resources and information about workers' compensation class codes. Visit United States Department of Labor for more information about government agencies managing workers compensation insurance rates.
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