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How to Save Money on Workers Compensation Insurance   September 17, 2006

By Jeremy Maddock


When you purchase workers compensation insurance for your business it is important to remember that your employees won’t be contributing to the premiums. This is one expense that employers are required by law to bear all by themselves.


That also means that if you want to get a good deal on this essential insurance coverage all the work will have to be done by you. Depending on your jurisdiction, workers com rates may or may not be predetermined. Even in regions where they are predetermined, however, calculating exact premiums is not a totally cut-and-dry process, and quotes may differ depending on a broker’s approach. That’s why it’s always a good idea to get quotes from three different brokers, regardless of your province or state.


Also keep in mind that once you buy workers comp coverage, it is not unheard of to be mistakenly overcharged. That’s why you should make routine checks to ensure that your employees are classified correctly, and that your business is being charged the correct amount for each employee. If rates ever go up unexpectedly, it’s up to you to look into the situation and get an explanation as soon as possible.

 

Finally, if you want to keep premiums down, it’s a good idea to make a habit of providing a safe and healthy environment for your employees. That’s the best and only way to keep your record clean, and prevent claims against your policy.



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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jeremy Maddock is a successful webmaster who manages a number of informative websites, including one about corporate insurance coverage.