Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation Prices From Other BuyerZone Users

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Understanding what others paid for can go a long way when it comes to figuring out what workers compensation solution will work for your business. We've compiled rates business owners paid after using BuyerZone.

Rates are typically presented as a percentage of your total payroll, usually expressed as a dollar amount or fixed percentage for every $100 of employee salary. Actual policy costs are state-specific - every state has a workers' comp board that determines how much businesses pay in premiums and claims. Rates are set according to risk classification, the state you operate from, and prior safety record.

By far, risk is the biggest cost determinant. For example, covering a cashier will cost considerably less than protecting a construction worker who works with heavy equipment and could be subjected to more frequent accidents.

Premiums represented by dollar amounts