Worker’s Compensation Insurance is required by law in every state. While it may seem obvious that you must establish a policy that covers all employees, it can become complicated if you also employ independent contractors, often known as 1099 contractors.
You may feel safe ignoring independent contractors when it comes to your workers' compensation insurance policy because they are not direct employees of your organization. That isn't the best practice, and you could be setting yourself up for a large fine if you leave someone off the insurance who should be protected by accident.
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