Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation

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About Wisconsin workers’ compensation

Wisconsin is home to more than 106,000 small businesses that employ 50% of the state’s private workforce. Small businesses in Wisconsin often operate in leading industries like construction, retail, accommodations, and food services. With more than 70,000 workplace injuries and 114 fatalities in private industry in 2018 in Wisconsin, small businesses need to make sure they are protecting their employees and business assets with workers’ comp coverage.

 

If you have employees working in Wisconsin, your small business is likely required by law to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance covers many work-related injuries and illnesses regardless of fault. Failing to carry the required workers’ compensation coverage in Wisconsin could result in financial penalties, suspension of business operations, and/or financial loss due to personal liability.

 

A trusted workers’ compensation insurance provider can help you determine how much coverage you need to help protect both your company and your valued team members.

 

Pie Insurance is proud to provide workers’ compensation insurance to Wisconsin’s small businesses.

Wisconsin workplace injuries at a glance  

52

Nonfatal workplace injuries that required days away from work, job restrictions, or job transfers

87

Nonfatal workplace injuries that were in occupations involving goods or services

100

Fatal injuries that were in private industry

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