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About Texas Workers' Compensation

From donut shops to small-batch whiskey distilleries, Texas is home to some of the most unique small business around, employing more than 4.4 million Texans. Texas is one of the best places to start a small business, but with more than 230,000 workplace injuries in 2017, there’s a need to protect your small business and its employees.

 

Texas workers’ compensation helps protect small businesses when an employee gets injured at the workplace. Managed by the state of Texas, workers’ comp provides pay and medical benefits to employees who have a work-related injury or illness. Despite the ability to opt out of workers comp insurance, the majority of Texas businesses get workers’ compensation coverage, covering 8 out of 10 Texas employees across industries like construction, retail, restaurant, hotel, auto repair, lawn care, and manufacturing.

 

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Texas Workplace Injuries at a Glance

230,000

Nonfatal Texas workplace injuries

80

Nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses in the private industry

128,000

Cases with days away from work, job transfer, or restriction

Looking for additional Texas workers’ compensation resources?

The Texas Department of Insurance provides many resources for small businesses:

 

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