WHAT HAPPENS IF A CALIFORNIA EMPLOYER DOESN’T HAVE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE?

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Every employer in the state of California are required to hold a workers’ compensation insurance policy with a licensed insurer and provide related benefits to their employees when the need arises. Even small companies with only a few employees must provide workers’ compensation for their employees and have sufficient insurance. However, if your employer is not properly insured and cannot cover your injury-related costs, the state of California has what is known as the Uninsured Employer’s Benefit Trust Fund (UEBTF), which serves as a fallback and provides the funds for hurt workers.

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