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Factors that May Affect Your Worker’s Compensation Policy

Written by Posted On Monday, 22 August 2016 13:03

In this post, we will be looking at some factors that can positively affect your worker’s compensation policy. A worker’s compensation insurance policy is one that takes care of your employee’s damage or loss within the working environment. This is one of the most important policies for any business owner to have. if you want to get a good premium deal, you should understand some of these factors.

Number of Workers on the Policy

Since the policy would cater for all incurred damages or loss sustained by workers in your business, then their number would play a key factor. While insurance companies seek to help bear the risk, they do so at a defined premium package. The higher the number of employees on the policy, the higher your premium would be.

Raise Your Deductible

Raising your deductible plays the same principle as it does in other policies. To get a reduced premium, you could raise the deductible by the standard provided by the policy. For instance you could decide to raise the deductible to $2,000. This means any damage or loss affecting your employees; your business will take care of it.

Nature of Business

There are some businesses that are more prone to work related injuries than others. If your business has a higher risk of injuries, this will ultimately affect the premium. In other words, the greater the likelihood of risk in the business, the higher the premium would be

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