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Kansas Workers’ Compensation: Laws, Providers & Costs

Kansas law requires employers to maintain workers’ compensation insurance if they have at least $20,000 in payroll a year. This no-fault insurance protects employees who get injured while performing work-related duties. In Kansas, workers’ compensation insurance costs an average of 99 cents for every $100 of a business’ payroll.

Because costs vary, business owners should get at least a few quotes to compare before buying workers’ compensation. However, researching different carriers and completing multiple applications is time-consuming. makes it easy by having you complete one simple application and then doing the shopping for you. By partnering with more than 200 carriers and brokers, can usually get a carrier’s best deal on workers’ compensation.

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