Workers' compensation insurance
Regulations for workers’ compensation insurance vary by state. Learn more about workers’ compensation state laws and how they apply to your IT business.
Workers’ compensation class codes are unique sets of numbers that help insurers determine the level of risk for different professions. Classifying employees correctly can help businesses avoid overpaying for workers’ comp.
Employer’s liability insurance protects business owners from lawsuits filed over workplace injuries. Most workers' compensation policies include this coverage.
Most states require workers’ compensation for tech businesses that have employees. Learn what this policy covers, when it's required, and other answers to frequently asked questions.
Workers’ compensation covers the cost of medical bills if an employee at your tech company is injured at work or develops an occupational illness. It also protects business owners from lawsuits over injuries and illnesses.
The cost of workers’ compensation primarily depends on the number of employees at your tech company.
Most states require businesses with employees to carry workers' compensation insurance. However, it's sometimes possible to get a waiver of your workers' comp requirements.