Michigan Business Insurance
Requirements and Quotes
Some types of commercial insurance are legally required for businesses in the State of Michigan.
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Michigan Workers' Compensation Insurance
Is workers' compensation insurance required in Michigan?
Private Michigan businesses are required to have workers' compensation coverage if they have at least one full-time employee, or if they regularly employ three or more part-time employees at one time.
Start your Michigan workers' compensation insurance quote today.
Michigan General Liability Insurance
What are Michigan minimum business liability insurance requirements?
While there are no minimum liability insurance requirements, Michigan is a modified comparative negligence no-fault state in which plaintiffs who are 51% or more at fault cannot recover damages. In the case of personal injuries, damages can range from $280,000 to $500,000, so it is wise to invest in general liability coverage to protect your Michigan business.
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This page states some general insurance requirements for contractors in certain states.
This page is not intended to give legal advice. Insurance requirements change from time to time, can be very specific, and vary widely from state to state. Please review the law of your state and ask a locally licensed attorney for guidance if necessary.
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