Texas Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Most private employers in Texas are not required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, but if you have any employees working for your business, you really should consider having workers’ comp — to protect not just your employees, but you as well.


Carrying a Texas workers’ compensation insurance policy shows that you care about the wellbeing of your staff and value the work they do for you. Workers’ comp covers medical costs and a portion of lost wages for employees with work-related injuries and illnesses. On the flip side, a Texas workers’ comp insurance policy can also protects your business from lawsuits by employees who want to sue due to workplace conditions that caused their illness or injury.


Although it’s impossible to completely prevent any employee injuries from occurring, there are key steps you can take to minimize risk and avoid having to file workers’ compensation claims. When you call BKCW for a quote, we will conduct a Risk Management Audit. This allows us to learn about you, your business, employees, goals, and identify potential risk.


Once your risks have been defined, we will work hand-in-hand with you to figure out ways to reduce the risk, or eliminate it all together. After that, we will design a unique workers’ comp policy for your Texas business, which will ensure you’re only paying for what you need. A policy designed with risk management in mind is also a great negotiating tool with carriers when trying to get a lower rate.


When you’re happy with your workers’ compensation insurance policy, your agent will create a Risk Management Service Plan. This plan will set the objective, standards, and steps for the implementation of risk control and claims management services. In other words, it sets goals and holds both you and your agent accountable for service commitments. You will even have a follow up review a few months later as a way to check in, make sure goals are being met, and provide any feedback about BKCW’s customer service throughout the process.


With a Texas workers’ comp insurance policy and risk management plan from BKCW, you can have peace of mind knowing your employees are protected in the event they are hurt — and you know you’re doing everything you can to keep those accidents from happening in the first place.


To learn more about your options for workers’ compensation insurance in Texas and other types of business insurance, contact the office of BKCW by calling 512-250-5055.

How We Help

BKCW cuts to the heart of the matter by listening and learning about your business, making sure your investment and employees are fully and properly insured.

Risk Management Audit

BKCW conducts a unique diagnostic process through which we identify, measure, and prioritize our clients’ risks. By going Beyond Insurance™ to uncover risks and exposures that threaten your property and bottom line, we are able to save you money and protect your business.

Why Texas Workers' Compensation Insurance?

Workers’ comp insurance protects your business in the event an employee is hurt on the job because they are unable to take legal action — legal action that could be a potentially huge drain on your financial resources. It also takes care of the hurt employee so they are able to cover their medical costs, do what they need to do to get better, and return to work.

Workers' Comp Policy Reviews

We conduct formal reviews about six months after writing your workers’ compensation insurance policy as a way of confirming that the level of coverage is still appropriate, and to make sure that we are working effectively to achieve mutually agreed upon risk management insurance goals and objectives.

“AT BKCW INSURANCE, ‘ABOUT US’ STARTS WITH ‘ABOUT YOU’, YOUR BUSINESS, OR YOUR FAMILY,” We want to know what keeps you up at night, what excites you when you get up in the morning, and what you are great at.


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