I don't know anything in the Code that requires it.
The EmployER application for Group Medical Coverage asks if an Employer would like to allow an employee to keep coverage for up to 6 months. What if the Employer is only paying a portion of the premium? The Employee would still have to pay his portion.
For a copy of the Blue Cross employer application Question # 10
There is always COBRA
One can purchase a compensation insurance from any local insurance provider through an insurance agent or broker. Some of the countries have an automatic coverage of compensation insurance like Pennsylvania.
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Secura Insurance offers insurance for homeowners and farms as well as auto insurance. They also offer a range of business insurance, including workers' compensation, industry-specific insurance and coverage for non-profits.
the owner of the vehicle is responsible for the ticket. he/she/they are legally required to at least have the minimum liability coverage your state requires.
You are required by law to have liabilty coverage, but not collision coverage. If you did not have collision coverage then you are not due any compensation by your insurance company. If you did have collision insurance and the insurance company will not pay, then you may be able to sue the insurance company, but you cannot sue the state.
In Oregon that would be Workman's Compensation.
No, Your homeowners Insurance does not provide coverage hired workers. A contractor is responsible for his own insurance policy or workman's compensation to cover injuries to himself and his employees. A contractor is not your employee and therefore not your responsibility, he is self employed.
Occupational coverage is provided by worker's compensation
Yes. A company may offer a credit if you decline insurance as long as you have other coverage. If you dont have other coverage you can't opt out of insurance if offered by your company
The purpose of continuing insurance education is to keep workers in that field aware of any changes that may have occured. You must be up to date in order to give your client the best coverage.
I take it you mean, if your car IS repossessed. In that case, IF you dont plan to redeem it, NO. NO car, NO insurance. Once the lender repos the car, they are responsible for the insurance coverage.
No. Homeowners insurance is "Property Insurance" it does not provide coverage for personal injury to the insured. You should look to your medical insurance for coverage applicable to bodily injury and your life insurance policy for compensation for loss of life.
If you have collision coverage on your vehicle, the damage is covered under your policy. Your insurance company will then attempt to recover ("subrogate") the responsible parties insurance carrier....or the responsible party directly if they were not covered by insurance. If you do not carry collision coverage on the damaged vehicle, your only avenue of recovery is through the responsible parties insurance carrier or, the responsible party directly if they were not insured.
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Your employers workers compensation insurance will provide coverage for work related injuries.
No one is "Responsible" for an act of nature. However, So Long as you have "Windstorm Coverage' your Homeowners Insurance Policy should cover the damage to your plumbing and may provide coverage for the trees removal. Contact Your Insurance Agent to determine if you have the applicable coverage.
Yes, you are responsible If the person you co-signed for is behind in payments and the insurance coverage expires you are responsible to insure the car until it is sold or the person gets the payments caught up and pays the insurance.
Ultimately the insured is responsible for obtaining adequate liability insurance coverage. If a loss is incurred, it will generally be covered by whichever policy was in force at the time of the loss excepting where Professional liability is the covering policy type.
He should, and he should also either ensure that he's covered by Workers' Compensation or Occupational Accident coverage.
Try to get compensation from fuel station
Depending upon the context, it may stand for Workers Compensation. Generally, Workers Compensation coverage is primary (over private health insurance) for a work-related injury. This means that the benefits payable under Worker's Compensation are first paid before any liability under the health insurance policy is triggered.
You can sue for whatever the damages are regardless of the amounts of coverage, however, The insurance company is only responsible for the limits of the policy they issued. So you can sue the at fault party for 200,000 if you like. But the insurance company only has to pay you it's share of what the limits of the policy stated at 100,000. You will need to go after the driver and their family for any additional funds. You can also look to your own underinsured motorist coverage if you purchased the coverage with your policy for further compensation.
Your homeowners insurance does not provide coverage for hired workers. It is advisable that you ensure your contractor's doing the remodeling job for you have liability insurance in the event they damage your property or someone else's and appropriate medical coverage or workman's compensation for their workers.
Signal Insurance Group, LLC is an insurance company based out of Greenville, SC. They are a full range insurance company. They offer home, auto, and other personal insurance. They offer commercial insurance as well as workers compensation insurance.
If your question refers to coverage by workers' compensation insurance, the answer is "yes." Any injury in the workplace is covered.