Return-to-Work Supplement Program

For employees to get the right amount of compensation when they get injured, every employer needs to know about the Return-to-Work Supplement Program.  Senate Bill 863 has in it a component that is called the Return-to-Work Supplement Program. Labor Code section 139.48 requires the Director to administer $120 million towards a fund for the purpose of Read More

Is Technology Changing Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

Technology is increasing at an exponential rate but how is it going to affect workers’ compensation insurance?  The exponential rate at which technology is evolving every year has forced many companies to adapt to the new world. Even insurance, an industry not known for change or innovation, is being forced to alter their policies because Read More

Liability: Who Pays for a Slip and Fall Injuries?

When it comes to slip and fall injuries, who is the one that is going to end up paying?  If you slip and fall on someone else’s property, say a business or a home, the property owner is likely going to be responsible for your injuries and the medical bills that come with it. Determining Read More

Workers’ Compensation Insurance Issues to Watch Out for in 2017

Workers’ compensation insurance is about to go through many changes this year, what do your small business clients have to watch out for in 2017? Here are a few things that small business owners need to watch out for in 2017 when it comes to workers’ compensation insurance and their employees. Workplace Illness and Disease Read More

What is the Size Limit for Workers’ Compensation?

Worker’s compensation insurance can cover the medical injuries of a work-related injury, but is there a size limit for this policy? Workers’ compensation is a policy that covers the business of your clients should one of their employees get injured or sick while on the job. Without it, they are subject to a lawsuit that Read More