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Who pays for workers’ compensation benefits?

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The benefits that are received by way of temporary disability, permanent disability, and medical treatment, are all paid through the premiums that an employer pays through their worker’s compensation insurance for the benefit of their worker’s compensation claims to be addressed. The employer pays premiums for insurance, and the insurance companies are the people who actually pay out the actual benefits by way of temporary benefits or permanent disability, or medical benefits, but is generated by the premiums that the employer pays over the course and period of your employment.

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