VT Workers Comp Programs

Save on premium with target workers compensation programs for Vermont employers.

Business owners in Vermont suffer from some of the highest rates on workers' compensaiton insurance in all of the country. Currently Vermont is the 8th most expensive state in the country to purchase workers comp coverage. Business owners on average pay 25 percent more than the rest of the country. Still many business owners do not shop their policy and do not take advantage of all the cost saving programs available to their business.

One Program we specialize in is called Pay as You Go Workers Comp Coverage. This program is designed with your cash-flow needs in mind. Pay as You Go allows business owners to pay their premiums monthly based on their payroll each month. This prevents over or underpaying by not having to forecast payroll. It also frees up cash earlier in the term so you can use it on other costs more crucial to your business. This is just one of the many programs we have that can help you save on your workers comp policy.

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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.

In the state of Vermont every employer who hires one or more employees must carry workers' compensation coverage.

The market for workers' compensation insurance in the state of Vermont is very expensive. Vermont is currently the 8th most expensive state in the country to purchase coverage. Employers on average pay 25 percent more than the rest of the country. Vermont does not have a state fund and they do not partner with a carrier to be the assigned risk provider. These two factors along with a lack of competition on the open marketplace make Vermont rates on workers comp coverage extremely high. WE can help with flexible payment plans and other programs designed with our partners to help you get the most out of your work comp policy.

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Don't worry if you don't see your type of business or industry listed above. We write workers comp for lots of companies who are not on the list. Chances are we have the right products and carriers to fit your needs.
  • More than 35 companies quoting workers comp insurance.
  • Programs for standard businesses and tough class codes.
  • Start your quote online or call us at 888-611-7467.
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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