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While taking care of a patient, my employee got injured with a needle. Can my business insurance help?


It can if your practice is insured with The Hartford. Our Workers’ Compensation program includes: • Payment for the initial cost of testing your employee • Reimbursement for the initial cost of testing the patient (not all workers’ compensation insurance reimburses for patient testing)


The Hartford’s experienced claim professionals, with their knowledge in handling needlestick and other sharps injury claims, will work with you and your employee to make sure that access to necessary, appropriate medical care is available. Keep your business operations healthy with help from The Hartford. Contact us today and learn more.


LINDSEY KUTSCHER, CISR 3340 American Ave, Suite E, Jefferson City MO 65109 800-944-7550 Lindsey@mdis4dds.com


This document contains only general descriptions of coverages which may be provided and does not include all of the features, exclusions, and conditions of the policies it describes. Certain coverages, features, and credits vary by state and may not be available to all insureds. You should consult the actual policy language and speak with an appropriate Hartford representative to resolve any questions.In the event of a loss, the terms of the policy issued will determine the coverage provided. All claims are individually evaluated, and a coverage decision is made based on the specific situation and coverage provided. All Hartford coverages described in this document may be offered by one or more of the property and casualty insurance company subsidiaries of The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. All information and representations herein are as of August 2010.


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