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Employer’s Liability Insurance

by Mitko on April 11, 2012


When you open your own business there are many forms of insurance required by law one must have in order to legally operate. Where most of these insurance policies are expensive and often an annoying monthly overhead, they exist to protect you and your business.

One such form of insurance is called Employers Liability Insurance. This insurance is required by anyone one who owns a business that employs anywhere from one employee to one million or more. This insurance policy covers anything which may befall an employee on the job or as a result of exposure to something on the job, either instantaneous or something which befalls them over a period of time. This can be anything from injury on the job to disease that results from working conditions.

This form of coverage benefits both the employer and the employee. This is so any lawsuits that may be pending from an accident or accident resulting from the work environment are covered by the insurance policy. A lawsuit may not even be necessary as most of the cases covered under an Employer’s Liability policy cover a wide array of situations and cases.

This form of insurance also offers consultation by a claims agent in the event of such a situation for advice on what form of action the employer should take after an accident involving an employee. As long as your policy is paid up to date and functioning this insurance remains intact.

This is one of the easiest forms of insurance anyone can pick up for their business as there are many agents out there who deal in this sort of coverage, and that means there are many competitive rates for Employer’s Liability Insurance for any business to chose from.  Keep some of these points in mind and you should have no problem finding a company who offers the best liability coverage.

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