Workers Compensation

old-downtownAt Williams Turner & Mathis we understand that your business is your greatest investment. That’s exactly why we are dedicated to helping you determine what you need to safeguard your team and your business right now.
Workers’ Compensation has the most standardized policy, because the coverage and requirements are established by the Georgia legislature.  There is even a separate judicial system for workers’ compensation claims. In its simplest form, the Georgia Workers’ compensation systems strives to be the most effective process available to get an injured employee back to work as soon as possible. It provides employees with peace of mind; reassuring them that if there is an on-site accident, they would receive appropriate medical attention—without the heightened cost.
The right workers compensation policy provides:
  • Medical expenses
  • Lost income/wages
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Death benefits
  • And more
As a business owner you are required to have Georgia workers’ compensation coverage in order to comply with state and federal regulation of your business.  At Williams Turner & Mathis we will work with you to determine if you are required to have coverage by counting the number and type of employees and reviewing the type of business.  For more complex clients with experience modification factors we have additional resources to help you manage and improve your multiplier.
We represent many insurance companies.  That’s important to you because even though the policy terms are similar, the rates you may be charged and the support provided by companies are different.  As a Trust Choice® agent we are free to do what is right for you in helping you select the best carrier for your company.
Here at Williams Turner & Mathis we can provide you with a Georgia workers compensation policy that is specifically designed to meet your distinct business needs. Contact us to learn more about how to better protect your business and your team today!

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