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Thread: Worker's Comp requirements in Minnesota

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    Default Worker's Comp requirements in Minnesota

    I've just started my own LLC in Minnesota, will likely remain a single member entity with no employees for the near future. My business is in residential remodeling, I'm a general contractor. Am I required to carry worker's comp insurance if I do not have employees?

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    You probably want to start with this site.
    http://www.dli.mn.gov/WorkComp.asp
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    Verify this with the local industrial commission, but in my state, which is not yours, there is no requirement for a company owner to carry W/C insurance for the owner of the company.
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