Short answer: No. The law in the state of North Carolina states that a sole proprietorship, partnership, or LLC is required to carry workman's compensation coverage if you have three or more employees. Employees can be full-time, part-time, regular, seasonal, or family members. Sole proprietors, partners, and managers and members of the LLC are NOT included in the headcount.
Workers' compensation laws and programs are established at the state level for most employment. The rates are then also different for each state, as well as sometimes for different occupations. Contact your state Department of Insurance or your individual insurance provider for a rate quote. In North Carolina, worker's compensation is paid by the employer; no part of it should be paid for by employees or deducted from their pay.
No. Source http://www.dir.ca.gov/DWC/erguide.pdf Page 13 For more info. on Worker's Comp see http://www.steveshorr.com/workers.comp.htm
An employer cannot fire you merely because you have filed a worker's compensation claim. However, you can be fired while on worker's compensation if there is just cause that is not related to the worker's compensation.
You should still be collecting workmans comp if the doctor hasn't released you back to work. Workmans Compensation is an insurance that your employer bought. You can't collect unemployment if you haven't been released back to work from the doctor. You have to be ABLE to work to collect unemployment.
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An insurance agent. (What kind of insurance do you mean? There are specialized agencies for things like worker's comp insurance.)
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Most anyone can purchase life insurance on an individual basis. Whether or not it is provided by your employer as part of a benefit package is determined by the employer. Life insurance can be purchased from an agent. Your rates will be determined by your health situation and different companies will have different rates as well.
Certainly. If your job is eliminated, or you get bumped by a more senior worker in a RIF, or for other reasons. You cannot be fired BECAUSE of a valid WC claim.
IF a worker who qualifies for WC benefits is receiving them, then no one can sue the WC carrier or the employer - WC is designed to be the "exclusive remedy" for workplace injuries.
You need workers' compensation insurance if you have employees. You do not need worker's comp insurance if you are a sole owner. In most states, owners of a business are exempt from having workers' comp for themselves. The type of business does not matter. If you have employees, you need comp insurance. ...plus, the venue, whether a city owned street, school or music venue SHOULD require that you carry the coverage on yourself to ensure you don't allege to be its employee if you suffer an injury.