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Comprehensive Insurance: What Every Contractor Needs to Know

Whether it’s lost property or a fallen worker, contractors know all too well that accidents are unfortunately part of the job. But, that doesn’t mean that a slip and fall has to bankrupt your business. You can easily minimize the financial impact of accidents with comprehensive insurance coverage. Read more

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Painters Insurance Needed for a Successful Business

If you own or are looking to own a painting company, you will need to get the right insurance to protect your assets. When you’re on the job, you have to look out for paint spills, property damage and slips. You’ll need to get the best coverage so you can breathe easy knowing you will be taken care of in the event of an emergency. Here are all the different painters insurance policies that you may need.

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The Work Related Injury you May Not be Aware of

Certain industries have a greater exposure to various risks and perils depending on the nature of the job. For example, construction workers specifically face many hazards due to intensive manual labor and operating heavy equipment and machinery. Aside from these obvious dangers that come to mind, musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are an unexpected and common work related injury. Below you will find MSDs fleshed out, explained, and remedied. Read more

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Disability vs Workers Comp Insurance: What’s Covered?

You encounter many dangers on the construction site that could result in an injury. You can’t do your job when you’re injured, but you still have bills to pay, so workers comp insurance and disability insurance offer coverage to keep you afloat. These two insurance options have a similar end goal, which is to provide compensation when you are unable to work due to injury or illness, but they vary in the details. Read more

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A Guide to Workers Compensation Laws by State

If you are injured on the job or because of your employer’s negligence, you may qualify for a remedy through your state’s workers’ compensation laws. Each state has its own Workers’ Compensation Board, which can provide employers and employees with specific information about their respective rights and regulations. Read more