- All Connecticut businesses with employees, or uninsured subcontractors, are required to carry workers compensation. This insurance covers injuries or illnesses when they occur as a result of duties performed while at work or on the job. Examples of injuries that may be covered by workers’ comp include injuries caused by lifting heavy equipment, slipping on a wet floor, or sustaining injury due to fires or explosions.
- Businesses that fail to carry workers compensation insurance will be responsible for costs associated with work-related injuries or illnesses that employees experience. Business owners who are required by law to have insurance but do not comply can also face fines and other penalties for failing to follow the law.
- At Pawson, we can help you explore different Connecticut workers’ compensation options for your business within one call. Contact us today!
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