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Below is a directory listing of major functional areas and a list of selected staff arranged by bureaus.

Office hours: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Worker's Compensation Office

Room C100
201 E. Washington Ave.
Madison, WI 53703

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 7901
Madison WI 53707-7901

Email Address: DWDDWC@dwd.wisconsin.gov

Phone: (608) 266-1340 (Main Number)
General Fax: (608) 267-0394
Litigated Fax: (608) 260-3053 (use this fax for submission of Applications for Hearing and Litigated Mail)
Wisconsin Relay Service 7-1-1

Office of Worker's Compensation Hearings (OWCH)

Contact OWCH regarding litigated claims - any claims for which an Application for Hearing has been filed.

Office of Worker's Compensation Hearings

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 7922
Madison WI 53707-7922

Email Address: DHAWCMail@wisconsin.gov

Litigated Fax: (608) 260-3053 (use this fax for submission of Applications for Hearing and Litigated Mail)
General Fax: (608) 266-0018 (use this fax for general inquiries only)


Program Directory and Bureau Email Information

The program directory provides contact information for the Worker's Compensation program only. Worker's Compensation covers work-related injuries and illnesses and does not have access to individual Unemployment claim information (Find Unemployment Answers).

Worker's Compensation Claims Records - (608) 266-3280

  • To request copies of Worker's Compensation claims records (only given to the injured worker, their employer, or their legal representatives)

Worker's Compensation Claims - (608) 261-8472

  • To discuss problems with your individual Worker's Compensation claim, e.g. denial of Worker's Compensation benefits, late payment, refusal to rehire, etc.

Fee Disputes - (608) 264-6819

  • To discuss procedures for reviewing medical provider charges that were denied by the payor for reasonableness or necessity of treatment

Self-insurance - (608) 266-0337

  • To inquire about the process of becoming self-insured (there are rigorous financial and risk management requirements for larger firms that wish to be exempted from the duty to insure) for Worker's Compensation

Uninsured Employers Fund - (608) 266-3046

  • To inquire about insurance requirements or to report a possible uninsured Wisconsin employer

Vocational Rehabilitation - (608) 267-4327

  • To learn more about rehabilitation options for injured workers or to learn about becoming a certified Vocational Rehabilitation provider in Wisconsin

Bureau Email Information