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Workers' Comp Info

Quality workers' compensation coverage is available through FUBA Workers' Comp, our member-owned self-insurance program. Coverage is provided ­by the Florida Citrus, Business & Industries Fund (FCBI). The FCBI Fund has provided Florida employers with affordable workers' compensation coverage since 1977.

FUBA Workers' Comp offers our members:

  • Coverage for small employers (including businesses with only one employee)
  • Coverage for more than 160 classifications
  • Competitive dividends
  • Flexible payment plans
  • Online payments

Want additional information?
If you currently have a local insurance agent that you do business with, please have them contact us.­We will be glad to assist you through your local agent. We do not write directly to the general public.

If you do not have an agent that you already do business with, you may email us, or call us at (888) 262-4483 and we will refer you to­one of our approved agents in your area.

You may also visit the FUBA Workers' Comp website at to learn more about this program.

Are you an agent looking to ­write with FUBA Workers' Comp?
FUBA Workers' Comp ­provides workers' compensation coverage for a range of businesses, from small to large. We require at least one covered person in the governing class code and that the minimum premium be no less than $1,000.

FUBA Workers' Comp is currently approving new agents in selected area through the state. In order to become an­approved agent, agents must complete and sign an Agency Approval Packet. ­Copies of licenses and proof of Errors & Omissions (E&O) coverage of at least $1 million must also be provided.

To become an approved agent, or for more information, please visit the FUBA Workers' Comp website at

Please email us or call (888) 262-4483 if you have any other questions.


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