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Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Cover medical costs, lost wages and more.

Have a plan that protects your business.

Workers’ compensation insurance protects both the employees of a business and the company itself. Often mandatory to have, if an employee is injured on the job, workers’ compensation will pay for medical care, disability (permanent or temporary), and death benefits. If a business is found to be liable for an employee’s injury or illness, workers’ compensation will protect the business from financial damages that could disrupt its operations.
Perfect for:
  • Mandatory coverage requirements
  • Businesses in high-risk industries
  • Businesses susceptible to lawsuits

Coverage Options

  • Liabilities for employees’ injury or illness
  • Employee rehabilitation
  • Legal expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Death benefits
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Our Approach
You’re First
You need to protect the things you’ve worked for. First Bank Insurance Services helps you by taking the time to understand all your business insurance needs and find options that work with your finances and size. As an independent community bank, we bring you all the benefits a big bank can, without losing our personal attention and neighborhood spirit. Welcome to First Bank Insurance Services, where your business comes first.
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