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What is the difference between workers compensation and employers liability?

Workers’ compensation covers statutory obligations that are covered under a state-law. Employers liability insurance is coverage that protects an employer from lawsuits by employees who are injured or become ill as a result of their job duties. Employers liability insurance may also provide coverage for third-party injuries (those that occur on the premises but are not caused by an employee).

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