Greystone Workers Compensation Insurance

People are key to the success of any business. When a valued employee is involved in a work-related injury, our North Carolina Workers Comp insurance provides benefits which may assist the employee during recovery or recuperation.

Because Greystone Insurance is an independent agency, our professional agents are able to shop among many different insurance carriers, many of which are very competitive in pricing NC workers comp policies.

This means savings for YOU!

And because this can be a confusing coverage for many business owners, we will patiently guide you through the complexities of North Carolina workers compensation insurance so that you will understand exactly what you are buying.

When we are done, you will have a comprehensive workers compensation policy that will best suit your business and budget, thereby giving you the confidence to do what you do best . . . which is run your business!

Our North Carolina workers compensation insurance coverage includes reimbursement for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs and lost income or wages while an employee is unable to work.

In addition, death benefits are available for dependents if an employee dies while performing work-related duties.

Our agents are ready to identify your insurance needs, advise you on matters related to your coverage and provide prompt and professional service with a personal touch.

Simply phone 828-264-2626 for your free workers compensation insurance quote.

Whether your business is large or small, Greystone will partner with you in creating this important insurance inclusion. We want to minimize the financial “pain” that many workers comp policies can cause businesses of all sizes.

“I have been most impressed that your agents stay in touch and help with decisions that improve and broaden my coverage and my understanding of what my coverage actually is. Questions concerning claims are also handled quite well. You take care of my account and give me timely and strategic advice on what is in my best interest.” Former NC Senator