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Most business owners are required to buy workers' comp in Pennsylvania if they have any employees at all. Business entities that operate with no employee are generally able to exclude coverage on themselves.
Sole-Proprietors and Partners are automatically excluded from coverage on a policy. They may elect to be included on a policy.
Corporate Officers are automatically included on coverage, but they may elect to be exempt or excluded.
Limited Liability Company Members are excluded for coverage on a workers' compensation policy. Any employees must be covered in the same manner as any other entity type.
Sole-Proprietors and Partners who include themselves on workers' compensation coverage must use a minimum payroll amount of $54,548 and a maximum amount of 135,200 for rating their overall workers' compensation cost.
Officers who are not exempt from coverage must also utilize a minimum payroll of $54,548 and a maximum of $135,200 for the purpose of rating workers' comp premium. LLC Members have not been addressed by the State of PA.
The state of Pennsylvania provides a free online tool for verifying workers' compensation insurance coverage. Anyone can search by business name. The results will show the business name and address if the business has coverage in the state. Additional details include the policy number, insurance company, NAIC class code, effective date and expiration date of coverage for current and expired policies. The information is managed by the PA Department of Labor and Industry.
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Workers' compensation is a commercial insurance product categorized as Property & Casualty
insurance (P&C Insurance). Even though workers' comp is calculated using estimated payroll wages and class
codes, premium is still a separate business expense from the cost of payroll. Pennsylvania Employers may treat the cost
of coverage as an expense on their taxes.
Work comp rates for all job classification codes are always expressed as a percentage of $100 in
wages. An annual policy is always subject to an audit because it was based on estimated wages and not actual
Here is an example using two class codes with different estimated payroll for each class code:
In order to calculate the cost of the policy you only need to multiply each rate with its divided
payroll. It benefits employers to re-calculate their premium as their payroll becomes larger than originally
Every state has their own laws to determine how employees must be covered and how they must be
classified for rating premium. A lot of states use state specific class codes and have different requirements for
who is obligated to carry workers' compensation insurance.
If you have employees that travel out of state for work, or they work in multiple states
throughout the year, you may need to buy a policy for each of the states where your employees are located and
working. In most cases, you can cover multiple states on one policy.
Workers' Compensation Insurance in Pennsylvania can
be purchased from private insurance companies authorized by the state to provide coverage. The Assigned Risk Pool,
or State Insurance Fund,
is available for businesses that are unable to find coverage from a private company. Our specialists help will
help you navigate your best options.
Policy premium is based on numerous factors including: class codes assigned to your business and
employees, estimated payroll, covered states, prior policies, owner experience and previous workers compensation
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Pennsylvania workers' compensation insurance helps pay claim
expenses when an employee, or a covered sub-contractor, is injured while working for your business. It also shields your
business from other legal liabilities associated with an injured employee. Work comp coverage includes:
Workers' comp insurance pays for the medical expenses associated with claims or injured workers. The cost of
an ER visit, required surgeries and drug prescriptions are some of the covered expenses included under a policy. An
employee injured due to a slip and fall would be covered, for example. Coverage for medical benefits can also include longer term
expenses such as physical therapy or rehabilitation.
Employee Wages- Income Benefits
Most business owners can't afford to continue paying employees if they are unable to work while they are
injured. Workers' comp income benefits in Pennsylvania will replace most of your
employees missing income if they are away from work due to an injury or illness. For example, if a construction employee
broke his arm and could not perform the job for 8 weeks, the coverage would make payments to the employee to help replace
the lost wages.
Short-Term and Long-Term Disabilities
Sometimes an injury can cause a partial disability or a more permanent disability. Workers' compensation steps in to help pay the cost of ongoing medical bills and may even replace a portion of wages lost due to the disability. If an employee had a finger amputated due to a work related injury. The employee could be paid a sum (known as an Impairment Rating) for the loss of the finger for permanent disability as well as some temporary disability coverage while recuperating.
Some types of work environments can include occupational exposures that have unforeseen circumstances. A chemical mixing operation, for example, may expose employees to chemical irritants and cause harmful reactions that make them sick. A workers' comp policy would cover the cost of treating an illness caused while performing the job.
Nearly 50,000 deaths happen at work each year. Many of these are in the construction and trucking industries.
A workers' compensation policy is designed to cover the cost of these funerals and to provide death benefits to the employees family. State guidelines often determine the dollar amount of coverage.
Workers' compensation coverage is a No-Fault system designed to prevent costly employee lawsuits related to on-the-job-injuries. Many state provisions include Exclusive Remedy rules that protect covered businesses from these lawsuits in exchange for providing workers' comp coverage for their employees. Claims should be reported to a supervisor with 30 days. Employers should also report any claims or accidents to their insurance company within 30 days from notification.
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$O Deposit or Minimum Down
We've developed Pay As You Go workers' compensation programs that reduce or eliminate premium deposits and allow Pennsylvania employers to report and pay premium based on actual payroll wages. Protect your business from audits.
Better Payment Plans
We've negotiated special deals with many of our insurance partners. We offer more flexible payment options, like 12 equal installments plans and monthly reporting programs, to help improve cash flow for our business owners.
Tougher Class Codes
With stricter underwriting guidelines for workers' compensation insurance in Pennsylvania, many agencies can't offer our special programs designed to help save business owners time and money on coverage.
PA Workers' Comp Specialists
A lot of agencies can write a workers' compensation policy, but very few of them understand how to write coverage most effectively and negotiate the lowest possible rates with their insurance carriers. We've focused on work comp coverage to ensure our in-house are able to help.
PA Class Codes
Insurance rates vary significantly between NCCI classification codes. Let our PA Workers' Compensation Specialists help you determine your correct workers' compensation class codes before your buy a policy. We'll help make sure your business is properly covered.
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We make the process of getting workers' compensation quotes fast and easy. We know your time is valuable. That's why we work harder to streamline the quote process, compare your rates and coverages, and present your best options as quickly as possible. We often have your insurance quotes ready in less than 24 hours.
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We're a National Agency, and we have tons of carriers offering work comp in Pennsylvania. We have access to over 35 insurance companies with a diverse appetite and competitive rates. Our markets know we expect the lowest rates, bigger discounts, and more policy credits when we request a quote.
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