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Workers' comp best practices

Knowing best practices on workers' comp helps you avoid injuries from happening — and better prepares you if one does occur. Learn more on reporting claims, managing work injuries, planning return to work, preventing injuries, and more.

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What is workers' comp?

Think you need work comp coverage but don't know where to start?

You came to the right place. Learn the basics about workers' comp — what it is, who needs a policy, coverage options, how much it costs, where to go to buy a policy, and more from our sister site, WorkersCompEssentials by SFM.

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New policyholder resources

New to SFM? Welcome!

Your business and your employees are very important to us. The experts at SFM partner with you to help you manage your claims — and prevent injuries from occurring in the first place.

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Defend yourself against slips and falls

Winter is over, but that doesn't mean slips, trips and falls can't happen year-round. Often times they can be avoided simply by being aware of your surroundings and slowing your pace.

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