Workers’ Compensation: The Employer’s Prospective
As an employer, you rely on the productivity and efficiency of your employees. Similarly, your employees rely on you as an employer for guidance and fiscal reimbursement for their hard work. This symbiotic relationship requires protection for both parties in the case of an unexpected turn of events. Specifically, it is your task as a business leader to provide your employees with workers’ compensation coverage. This will protect your company as well as your employees should they ever fall victim to a workplace accident and injury.
If you are in need of a comprehensive workers’ compensation plan that provides protection for your business as well as your workers, the Des Moines business law attorneys at LaMarca & Landry, P.C. would like to help. Contact our office today at 877-327-2600 to speak with an experienced attorney about your interests and needs.
Employer Information on Workers’ Compensation
Workers’ compensation is the fiscal reimbursement given to employees who experience an accident, injury, or illness as a result of their employment. Some factors influencing workers’ compensation include the following:
- Throughout the United States it is a legal requirement that employers offer some form of workers’ compensation to employees hurt on the job.
- The specific components that make up a business’ workers’ compensation plan can vary greatly.
- Businesses can usually purchase their workers’ compensation coverage through a commercial insurance agency.
- If your business requires that your employees work in conditions considered abnormally high-risk, you will be required to obtain your workers’ compensation coverage through your state.
If you are a business owner it is important that you have a plan for compensating your workers who have been injured or fallen ill as a direct result of their employment. The Des Moines business law attorneys at LaMarca & Landry, P.C. can help you weigh your options and make the choices that are best for your business and the people you care about. Contact our office at 877-327-2600 to speak with an experienced attorney today.