Workers' Compensation Uninsured Employers Fund


When an employee is injured while working for an employer who is unlawfully uninsured, and the employer fails to pay or post a bond to pay the compensation due the employee, the employee's compensation is paid from the Uninsured Employers Fund. An attempt is made to recover the amount paid from the uninsured employer. About 1,000 to 1,500 new claims are filed with the Uninsured Employers Fund annually, at a cost that has reached about $24 million per year. Most of this cost is paid by an annual General Fund appropriation.





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