Workers Compensation

New Hampshire law requires employers to provide workers’ compensation insurance. This coverage provides financial benefits to those who suffer a work related injury.

Workers Compensation

Many states, like New Hampshire, require employees to carry workers’ compensation coverage. While it may seem like an added business expense, workers compensation insurance may protect your business from potential lawsuits should work related injuries occur on site.


Workers compensation provides financial benefits including lost wages and medical care to employees suffering injury or work related illness while on the job. However, like any type of insurance coverage, there are several options and coverage variations available. At Brownell Insurance Center, we are here to help you determine the proper type of coverage to best protect your business and employees.


Four Types of Workers’ Compensation Insurance:

  • Medical Benefits
  • Disability Benefits
  • Death Benefits
  • Rehabilitation Benefits


Workers’ compensation is available for both part time and full time employees and is separate from health and other liability coverages. As a New Hampshire state requirement for all businesses, even those registered as a non-profit, it is imperative to obtain the proper coverage. Contact the agents at Brownell Insurance Center today to learn more about your options.