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Normally, states require all businesses (from sole proprietorships to corporations) to have workers compensation coverage that is acceptable to the state for all employees - so anyone who is employed by a corporation would normally have to be covered. The NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development, which handles NJ workers compensation, has information about corporations, workers compensation, and corporate officers here If you have any questions regarding coverage, coverage amounts, where to obtain coverage, etc., you can contact them here.
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