Wednesday, April 25 2018

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Six Common Questions About Workers’ Compensation Insurance
In most states, business owners are legally obligated to provide workers’ compensation insurance to cover medical care and rehabilitation, and wage replacement costs for employees who sustain injury or illness in course and scope of their employment. At EMPLOYERS®, we often hear questions from business owners about how workers’ compensation insurance works. Below are answers to six commonly asked questions.
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Workers' Compensation Premium Audits [Infographic]
What is a workers' compensation premium audit? Find out the 4 things you need to know about workers' compensation premium audit.
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Three Things to Look Out For when Reviewing a Workers’ Compensation Loss Run Report
A loss run report is an important tool that provides business owners a clear picture of their claims history and shows how losses can potentially contribute to increased premium costs. For this reason, a loss run report is one of the most important documents to regularly review and understand. If you notice any discrepancies or have questions about the information reported in your loss run report, contact your agent or workers’ compensation insurance carrier.
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According to the Coalition Against Insurance fraud, claim-related Fraud cost businesses billions of dollars every year. Claim-related fraud can be perpetrated by an employee, a medical provider or vendor, or the policyholder. It typically occurs when an employee falsely claims a work-related injury in order to obtain workers’ compensation benefits. Here are five proactive steps business owners can take to promote workplace safety and reduce potential claim-related fraud.
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While no one wants a workplace injury or illness to occur, there are common steps business owners need to take if and when one does occur. When a workplace accident occurs, time is of the essence. The first priority is to prevent additional injuries to the extent possible, and then seek medical attention for the injured employee(s). Once all parties are safe, an incident report should be filed with your workers’ compensation insurance company.
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EMPLOYERS Launches Coventry/NT24 Hotline to Help Florida Small Businesses Manage Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
EMPLOYERS®, America's small business insurance specialist®, has launched Coventry/NT24, a 24-hour hotline staffed by registered nurses who are specially trained to provide medical guidance over the phone for work-related injuries or illnesses. Coventry/NT24 is staffed by English- and Spanish-speaking nurses with accommodations available for other languages and is available to EMPLOYERS workers’ compensation policyholders in the state of Florida.
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