Workers Compensation Insurance

Worker’s compensation is probably one of the most common and important insurance plans you can have as a business owner. Whether you own a small or large business, if a worker is harmed while doing their job, the business is responsible, for the most part. If this happens, the business has to pay to cover medical needs and payment during the process of healing. If you do not have worker’s compensation, the business will have to pay out of pocket to cover these costs.

You can rest easy knowing that no surprise expenses will come out of an event like this. While no business ever wants to see an employee harmed in their line of work, it has been known to happen, so make sure you are covered. Adamson Insurance has plenty of insurance options for you and your business. We also have payment plans to fit your budget. Get covered today and lower your risk.

Insurance Options in the Des Moines, IA Area from Adamson

Adamson Insurance is proud to say that we offer tons of insurance options that cover both personal and commercial needs. We have plans to fit your everyday needs. Some of our personal insurance options include home, health, car, and life insurance. Our commercial insurance options include crop, farm, liability, and rental property insurance. As we said, we offer a variety of plans for all your needs. Our service area includes Ankeny, Pleasant Hill, Altoona, Saylorville, West Des Moines, Urbandale, Johnston, and Windsor Heights. If you are in these areas and are in need of insurance, no matter the type, come to Adamson Insurance. We can get you covered. Contact us today to learn more about our insurance options, our payment plans, or for a FREE estimate. Call us today!

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Customer Comments

"My car rates went down almost 1/2 of my previous insurance company, maintaining the same high level of coverage. My house insurance prices went down, with greater benefits than what I had before. Thank you Adamson Insurance & Associates!"

Tony S.
Ankeny, IA