Buschbach Insurance Agency, Inc. Blog: workers compensation
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Tuesday, December 4, 2018Getting hurt on the job is something no one wants to face. And if that injury is a burn, then the pain, suffering and recovery costs might prove devastating. So, if you get burned at work, will your company's workers’ compensation cover you? On-the-job burns can happen to anyone, even those who least expect it. READ MORE >>
Monday, October 8, 2018Going to work involves more than sitting at your desk. Other than moving around for business, you might need to visit the bathroom or break room, as anyone does. Though you might not work during these personal times, you are still at work. Often, therefore workers’ compensation might cover you. READ MORE >>
Monday, August 13, 2018 Workers’ compensation is a type of business insurance protecting companies from injury and illness claims from employees. Many people understand how injuries at work apply to this coverage. However, employees who suffer from an illness due to working conditions may also qualify. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 27, 2017The construction industry has a higher level of risk for workers injuries than other organizations. The United State Department of Labor's OSHA office provides some clarity on these risks. In 2015, 21.4 percent of worker fatalities occurred within the construction industry. Most of these injuries come from falls. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 27, 2016Whether you own a small shop where you sell your handmade goods or a large store, you need retail insurance. This type of insurance helps to minimize financial risks associated with operating and maintaining your business. Retail insurance is simply a term to describe the overall package of business insurance products ideally suited to this industry. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 9, 2016You are busy building your landscaping business and you are proud of what you've created from the ground up. Now, take a step back and find out what you need to do to keep your operation financially protected. Landscapers often face job related risks. READ MORE >>