In California not only is required by law to purchase a workers' compensation Insurance, it's also important to provide benefits for the injuries and illness of employees. Any Insurance is here to help you and your business select the best workers compensation policy that suits your business needs.
- Provides benefits to employees who get injured or sick from work-related cause.
Missed wage replacement
Ongoing care costs
What's covered under workers' compensation insurance policy?
We understand that as a business owner you are really busy trying to run your business which is why we want to make your claims process as quick and painless for you as possible. Below you will find all the information you will need to file your claims.
Any Insurance has selected insurance companies that provide 24-hour services. Please find their contact information as follows.
Claim Phone Number
Liberty Mutual Middle Market
Liberty Mutual Small business
Filing a Claim
Social Security Number
Descriptions of the accident
Names of any witnesses
Description of the injury
What information do you need to prepare when filing a claim?
Make sure your injured or ill employees get immediate medical care.
Your employee or their representatives should notify you about the work-related injury or illness as soon as possible
Please contact your insurance carrier or agent to submit a claim.
Insurance company will review the claim and approve or deny benefits.
How does workers' compensation insurance coverage claim process work?
1. What determines the premium for your workers' compensation insurance?
Each Employees type of work
Cost is calculated per $100 of payroll
2. Is workers' compensation tax deductible?
Workers' compensation is tax deductible for businesses. The IRS, however, does not allow employees to deduct any workers' compensation benefits they receive from their taxes.
3. When should I expect a workers' compensation audit?
Usually the workers' compensation audit notices will be mailed 35 days prior to the premium renewal due date. The insurance company's auditor or your insurance agent will reach out to you with further details on what information is needed.