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WorkCompLab is an educational site, by business owners, for business owners. We know the landscape of getting business insurance can be complex and confusing, and we hope that through our website and content we can help you understand this industry even more thoroughly, so that you and your employees are protected in the event of a workplace industry. Not only is it a good idea to have business insurance, you are actually in violation of the law if you don't have workers' compensation coverage. We explain not only how to get this coverage, but what type of coverage you need for your business, along with what the penalties are if you don't get insured.

Find out what you need to know about your state’s requirements

It’s essential for employers to fully understand the laws on workers’ compensation insurance to make sure their business is covered in case of employee injury or illness on the job. Employee wage replacement, medical bill expenses, legal fees, and any other additional costs caused by such an incident can get very expensive if you’ve got the wrong insurance. Since every state in the U.S. has their own unique workers’ compensation insurance laws and penalties, sorting through all the information can get confusing and time-consuming. Get your questions answered immediately by clicking on your state on our site’s handy interactive map. The WorkCompLab team has researched the requirements for each state’s workers’ compensation insurance for any business size, number of employees or contractors, and job risk category – so you don’t have to.

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WorkCompLab is a Scottsdale, Arizona-based company, focused on publishing content that helps business owners succeed in the not-so-fun parts of business. When we are not sweltering in the Arizona sun, we are creating resources for business owners that we wish we had when we were starting out. We bring over two decades of business ownership experience to the table in all of the content we create for you.

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