Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Quality Workers’ Compensation for all Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod businesses.
It’s true that Workers’ Compensation in Massachusetts is required by state law, however, at Hart Insurance, we challenge you to look beyond the business regulation. And that’s because this policy was designed to protect more than just your employees. Quality workers’ comp insurance not only has your employees back, but yours, as the business owner, as well. Accidents happen, and no matter how safe we play it at work, sometimes they are just unavoidable. So, in the event, one of your staff members hurts themselves while on the clock, all of the medical expenses that are associated with that injury, including the trip to emergency room, disability assistance, and partial wages will automatically become a business expense. That is, unless of you course, you have a comprehensive workers’ comp policy in place and an insurance partner, like Hart, that is ready to go to work for you.
With over 70 years of experience supporting the local business of Buzzards Bay, Bourne and beyond, the commercial insurance team at Hart is here to not only help you determine your exact insurance needs, but also assist you with handling claims, resolving disputes, minimizing financial risk, and preventing workplace accidents from happening in the first place.
Our process for finding you the appropriate workers’ comp coverage is simple. First, we start by getting to know you and your operation on a personal level. Once we understand your business and uncover any safety issues, we will craft a workers’ comp policy that specifically fits your needs. So, whether the threat of a slip and fall, an overexertion injury, or a machinery accident is keeping you up at night, Hart is prepared to provide you with the peace of mind and protection you need to ensure that your business never skips a beat.
To learn more about our dedicated team or to receive your complimentary workers’ comp insurance quote, contact us today at 508-759-7326.