Workers’ compensation is insurance that provides cash benefits or medical care for workers who are injured or become ill as a direct result of their job.
Employer will purchase workers comp through insurance carrier in accordance with state law. The compensation may include partial salary repayment and coverage of medical costs.
Depending on where a worker lives, same injuries can result in radically different types of compensation. There are two types of workers' compensation, Coverage A and B.
To be eligible for workers' compensation benefits, you must have a work-related injury or illness. Program covered almost all employees.
Injuries that qualify for workers' compensation coverage could be a result of unexpected injuries or problems that come from long-term work circumstances.
How much you get that depends on state your workplace is located. The cost of workers comp varies by state. Rates for coverage will depend on your state & payroll.