Workers’ Compensation insurance is an affordable way to provide benefits to employees for work-related injuries.
Coverage includes medical care and a share of lost wages when the employee is unable to work. It also provides an experienced team of adjusters and a network of medical providers to manage accidents and injuries, allowing you to stay focused on your practice.
Texas law requires Employers that elect not to carry workers’ compensation insurance to:
- Post a notice of non-coverage
- Give written notice to employees
- Annually notify DWC (Department of Workers’ Compensation), a division of the Texas Department of Insurance
- Report injuries to DWC
Primary Programs Represented:
- CNA – Dental program
- Zurich – Optometrist program