• Miller Insurance Agency: Valuing Your Employees With Comprehensive Workers Comp

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Workers Compensation is Assurance for Employer & Employee Alike

If you’re a Texas business owner, it’s important to have the appropriate insurance protections in place if an employee is injured on the job. Trying to obtain workers compensation coverage after the fact is doing a disservice to your employees and your business. That’s exactly what a proper workers compensation policy does: It ensures that an injured worker's medical and financial needs are taken care of when accidents happen.

What is Workers Comp? Who Needs It?

As a Texas employer, you have an obligation to ensure a safe work place and the law requires a business to have Workers Compensation Insurance. Workers Comp insurance can provide the coverage to protect you from unpredictable occurrences.

Workers compensation insurance spreads and shifts the risk for on-the-job employee injuries from employers to insurance providers. Doing so protects the business from work-related claims and legal exposure. Business owners can breathe easier knowing employees will be properly cared for if an accident happens without posing a threat to the company’s profitability or to its solvency.

And workers compensation provides reimbursement regardless of who’s at fault for an on-the-job injury. If the injury occurs during the normal scope of normal job duties, workers compensation will pay all applicable benefits.

What Does Workers Compensation Cover?

Workers Compensation covers several expenses related to a worker's recovery from an on-the-job incident:

  • • Lost-time payments
  • • Medical care reimbursement
  • • Rehabilitative services payments

When Should I carry Workers Compensation Insurance?

Workers Compensation covers several expenses related to a worker's recovery from an on-the-job incident:

  • • Lost-time payments
  • • Medical care reimbursement
  • • Rehabilitative services payments

In terms of required coverage, Texas workers compensation law provides business owners with greater flexibility compared to other states. However, even if you're not legally required to carry workers compensation, Miller Insurance Agency recommends it. If an employee sustains an on-the-job injury, responsibility for related medical payments and lost wages will ultimately fall on you, the business owner. How would you be able to pay for this without the proper workers compensation policy.

For more information regarding Texas Workers Compensation, you can visit: http://www.tdi.texas.gov/wc/employer/index.html.

Contact Miller Insurance Agency For a Free Workers Compensation Insurance Quote

At Miller Insurance, we’re dedicated to helping all our clients make informed coverage decisions. That’s why we’re here to answer your every question regarding workers compensation or about any of our other numerous commercial insurance products.

If you’re ready to see how much you could save on workers compensation insurance with Miller Insurance Agency, call us today at 936-825-6789 or fill out the quote form on this page, we look forward to providing peace-of-mind to your business.