Insureon Blog

Do I Need a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?

3. June 2014 08:25
Employees are usually the ones to hire Workers’ Compensation lawyers, but small-business owners will need one in the event of an Employer’s Liability lawsuit. [More]

How Do I Use Workers’ Compensation Class Codes?

2. June 2014 08:43
Learn how classification codes affect your Workers’ Comp premium. [More]

What Happens If I Don’t Have Worker’s Compensation Insurance?

30. May 2014 08:48
Most states require business owners to carry Workers' Comp. Learn about the fines, penalties, and jail time some states impose for noncompliance. [More]

What Is a State Compensation Insurance Fund?

29. May 2014 08:42
Learn more about purchasing Workers’ Compensation Insurance through state-funded insurance programs. [More]

What Is the Health and Safety Act?

28. May 2014 08:25
American small-business owners don’t need to worry about the Health and Safety Act, but it does serve as a reminder that our Worker’s Comp program is governed by state law. [More]

Funeral Insurance, Accident Insurance, & Critical Illness Insurance: Protect Your Business from Worst Case Scenarios

27. May 2014 08:31
Funeral insurance, accident insurance, and critical illness insurance often mean different things inside and outside of the workplace. Get definitions here. [More]

Say “I Do” to Profits

23. May 2014 08:35
Rieva Lesonsky shares tips on how to increase business revenue by cashing in on nuptial trends this wedding season. [More]

What Is Employer’s Liability Insurance?

22. May 2014 09:03
Employer's Liability Insurance is usually part of a Workers' Comp policy. See why it can pay for employee work injuries that Workers' Comp doesn't cover. [More]

How Does Workers’ Comp Protect a Business?

21. May 2014 08:20
Workers’ Comp may primarily benefit your employees, but there are plenty of ways it protects your small business, too. [More]

How Do I File a Workers’ Comp Claim?

20. May 2014 08:33
Your employee is injured. Now what? Small-business owners should be aware of their state’s Workers’ Compensation filing procedures. [More]