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Workers' Compensation Laws by State

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on June 7, 2012.

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In many states, employers who have one employee are covered by workers' compensation laws.

Workers' compensation laws vary across states, and several states exempt employers with fewer than three, four, or five employees from mandatory coverage.

On the other hand, under many states' workers' compensation laws, employers who have even a single employee are required to have coverage.

Click on your state on the map for information about which employers are covered by your state's workers' compensation laws.

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  1. Alabama - Workers' Compensation Laws
  2. Alaska - Workers' Compensation Laws
  3. Arizona - Workers' Compensation Laws
  4. Arkansas: Workers' Compensation Laws
  5. California - Workers' Compensation Laws
  6. Colorado - Workers' Compensation Laws
  7. Connecticut - Workers' Compensation Laws
  8. Delaware - Workers' Compensation Laws
  9. DC Workers' Compensation Laws
  10. Florida - Workers' Compensation Laws
  11. Georgia - Workers' Compensation Laws
  12. Hawaii - Workers' Compensation Laws
  13. Idaho - Workers' Compensation Laws
  14. Illinois - Workers' Compensation Laws
  15. Indiana - Workers' Compensation Laws
  16. Iowa - Workers' Compensation Laws
  17. Kansas - Workers' Compensation Laws
  18. Kentucky - Workers' Compensation Laws
  19. Louisiana - Workers' Compensation Laws
  20. Maine - Workers' Compensation Laws
  21. Maryland - Workers' Compensation Laws
  22. Massachusetts - Workers' Compensation Laws
  23. Michigan - Workers' Compensation Laws
  24. Minnesota - Workers' Compensation Laws
  25. Mississippi - Workers' Compensation Laws
  1. Missouri - Workers' Compensation Laws
  2. Montana - Workers' Compensation Laws
  3. Nebraska - Workers' Compensation Laws
  4. Nevada - Workers' Compensation Laws
  5. New Hampshire - Workers' Compensation Laws
  6. New Jersey - Workers' Compensation Laws
  7. New Mexico - Workers' Compensation Laws
  8. New York - Workers' Compensation Laws
  9. North Carolina - Workers' Compensation Laws
  10. North Dakota - Workers' Compensation Laws
  11. Ohio - Workers' Compensation Laws
  12. Oklahoma - Workers' Compensation Laws
  13. Oregon - Workers' Compensation Laws
  14. Pennsylvania - Workers' Compensation Laws
  15. Rhode Island - Workers' Compensation Laws
  16. Puerto Rico - Workers' Compensation Laws
  17. South Carolina - Workers' Compensation Laws
  18. South Dakota - Workers' Compensation Laws
  19. Tennessee - Workers' Compensation Laws
  20. Texas - Workers' Compensation Laws
  21. Utah - Workers' Compensation Laws
  22. Vermont - Workers' Compensation Laws
  23. Virginia - Workers' Compensation Laws
  24. Washington - Workers' Compensation Laws
  25. West Virginia - Workers' Compensation Laws
  26. Wisconsin - Workers' Compensation Laws
  27. Wyoming - Workers' Compensation Laws

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