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The workers compensation insurance system in the United States is governed by
the individual states. Each state has their own way of going about administering the
system within their state. This includes setting the rules, laws, rates, and requirements for all businesses that operate within each states' borders. Most states require all businesses to carry some form of Workers Compensation Coverage. Each state has certain exclusions or exemptions for certain businesses depending upon the size of the business, the industry the business operates in, and the way the business is structured or organized.
Its a good idea to check with the proper governing body in your state or to partner with an experienced national independent insurance agent with expertise in workers comp regulations to make sure you are following the state laws where your business operates or your employees live.
Because workers' comp coverage is state specific, it can be more challenging for
business owners to find out-of-state workers compensation coverage when they have employees that work out of state or travel to multiple states as part of their job duties.
Our Specialists can help your business navigate state rules and determine when and why workers compensation coverage will be needed by your business. Our agency can assist with temporary workers comp coverage and help manage claims if an employee is injured in another state. We work with the best national and regional insurance companies that write multi-state and multi-line insurance throughout the United States.
Workers Compensation Shop.com is an independent agency that offers workers'
compensation insurance coverage in all States that are not monopolistic. Some agencies may be able to help you in one state or a select group of states. Most agencies can't afford the expensive state licensing requirements under each state's insurance laws. Our knowledgeable staff expertise to manage
multi-state workers' compensation coverage effectively.
We've established strong relationships with more than 50 insurance companies throughout the United States. We offer more solutions from more carriers to make sure we deliver the lowest cost of coverage to your business. Since 2005,
Workers Compensation Shop.com has been actively quoting coverage in all states. That's why our agents are able to find your business the most comprehensive coverage at rock bottom prices on other state and multi-state workers compensation coverage
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Its not easy managing employees and business logistics in multiple states. Rules an
regulations often vary, creating numerous challenges for business owners. When it
comes to multi-state workers compensation insurance, we've got you covered. Find out
how we can help you purchase one or more policies to cover your employees in
multiple states throughout the country.
When buying workers compensation across state lines, it is important to partner with
an independent insurance agency who has adequate knowledge and expertise about the
workers’ compensation systems in multiple states. Because of the unique nature of
the economies in each state, administration of the workers compensation insurance systems has been left up to the states instead of the federal government.
The needs of businesses and workers are drastically different from a rural state
like Alaska or South Dakota compared to a populous state like New York or
California. Also, the weather can make the economy in a state like Idaho or Vermont
dramatically different than the economy in a state like New Mexico or Florida. All
of these differences in the economy make for a better system governed by the states
as opposed to one system governed by the federal government.
National agencies who have experience assisting employers in multiple states can
offer the best national or multi-state workers compensation solutions for your
unique business. Workers Compensation Shop.com is one of the few agencies that are
specifically a workers compensation broker licensed in all states. Although our
agents are located in one location, they consult with business owners in all 50
states and they interact with insurance carriers who focus on workers' compensation
insurance the covers all states.
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Workers Compensation Shop.com helps employers buy workmans comp for
one single state or for multiple states. We are a national workers' compensation
insurance agency licensed in all states. Their are only a handful if carriers licensed and operating in all 50 states. We work with most of these carriers.
Trying to find workmans comp for multiple states can be a tough task for a small
to medium business owner. This is because the rules and regulations for the workers’
compensation system is governed by the states. When a business operates in a number
of states, it can be difficult to determine which laws to follow. A business may end
up needing workers comp for multiple states when the business is located somewhere
like Kansas City where the border between Missouri and Kansas runs directly through
the middle of the city. It can also occur for a business that has locations in two or more states. A Business may also need multi state workers comp coverage when the businesses has employees living in many states throughout the country.
At Workers Compensation Shop.com, our agents are experts at helping small businesses
find coverage for employees in two or more states. We have national relationships
with more than 40 workers' comp carriers. Through this network of carriers, our
agents can find coverage for most classification codes in all 50 states. A majority
of our competition only quotes coverage in a few markets or a select region of the
country. Through our established relationships, we are able to find you more options
at better prices.
Temporary workers' employed by a business in amy state are eligible for work comp coverage. In most cases, a business is legally required to provide coverage for temporary workers.
If a business hires temp workers from a staffing agency then the agency is most likely providing workers comp coverage because they would generally be considered the Employer of record.
Some states do have state laws that allow certain other states to have temporary employees performing work in their state but often its unclear as to how they define temporary. Other states, like New York and several others, require that the state be listed on the policy under Section 3A prior to any employee doing any work in the state.
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