WorkCompOne Launches Coverage Website for Small Business Owners

October 17, 2012

WorkCompOne, an online insurance destination, has launched a new website focused on serving small business owners.

“Main street retailers and professional service providers, such as accounting, legal, engineering and technology firms don’t garner the attention of more traditional insurance agents because of their relatively low premiums compared to larger enterprises,” said WorkCompOne CEO Stephen Chiles. “We saw an opportunity to leverage web-based technology to make it easy for business owners to research and buy work comp around their busy schedules, regardless of size.”

Employers can start a quote online, at their convenience.

WorkCompOne has also launched an online community to help support companies as they navigate workers’ comp-related regulations and state agencies. The forum allows business owners to connect with one another and the WorkCompOne team of experts, serving as an ongoing dialog to educate small businesses on all things workers’ compensation.

“This is only the beginning of our efforts to transform commercial insurance,” said Chiles. “We see a tremendous amount of opportunity for technology to bring simplicity and transparency, and do it in a way that benefits both business owners and insurance carriers alike.”

WorkCompOne is an online insurance agency founded in 2011 that offers workers’ compensation insurance. It offers coverage to businesses of all sizes through its online platform and partnership with national carriers.

Latest Comments

  • October 18, 2012 at 2:18 pm
    Pete says:
    It's not about whether we'll write it or not! That has nothing to do with it. Here's the point - it's becoming a commodity (just like personal lines). The internet is makin... read more
  • October 18, 2012 at 8:56 am
    Agent says:
    I'll write office comp all day long too. Maybe in some states that's an issue.
  • October 17, 2012 at 6:44 pm
    Ruminator says:
    They aren't talking about BOPs. I worked for an agent that wrote BOPs all day long but absolutely refused to write the Work Comp. All too many small businesses are forced int... read more
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