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Written by attorney Gilbert Earl Fisher | Sep 23, 2014

What if Your Employer Does Not Have Workers' Compensation Insurance in California?

Although California requires employers by law to have workers' compensation insurance (or be self-insured), to cover work injuries, the State has provided a fund which can pay benefits in those cases where injured workers find their employer failed to obtain workers' compensation insurance.

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Even though you may find your employer has no workers' compensation insurance, your benefits may be payable from the Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund (UEBTF). Use the links below to get more information, or contact a local workers' compensation attorney.

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