Report a Workers Compensation Claim on Your Policy.
Report your workers' compensation claim so we can help advise your business and notify the carrier.
Need help filing your insurance policy claim? Call 888-611-7467, or complete the online form below.
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Workers' Compensation Claims
If you have an injured employee with an emergency, the first order of business is to get medical attention immediately. All injuries should be reported to the proper supervisor as soon as practical.
Employers should have their state required compliance poster placed somewhere conspicuous in their workplace. This poster, also known as the Broker Arm Poster, indicates: a) The name of the insurance company, b) Policy Number and c) Effective date of the policy. This information will need to be provided to any medical professionals treating the injured worker.
Once a claim is filed with the insurance company, a Case Manager will be assigned to manage the claim directly with the employee and the treatment center. Employers have the right to ask questions about the treatment and the costs associated with the claim.
If you know who your workers compensation carrier is, and would like to report your injury or claim
directly to the carrier, please click below and choose the link to your insurance carrier to get information on how to report a claim.
Why Report Your Work Comp Claims
Most states are now requiring employers to report all claims. This applies even when the injury does not require medical treatment. Reporting workers comp claims helps protect businesses in the event the injury persists or gets worse over time. Reporting a claim will not directly affect the cost of your insurance coverage.
We are here to help assist you with the management of your claims. We will help ensure that your employee is taken care of and that the claims is closed quickly and affordably. Call today at 888-611-7467.
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