The Worker's Compensation Act provides for payment of reasonable medical expenses and compensation for lost wages resulting from work-related injuries or disabilities.
These benefits are the responsibility of the self-insured employer or the employer's worker's compensation insurance carrier.
Important Note: If You Are Receiving BOTH Worker's Compensation Benefits And Social Security Disability Payments: An injured worker is required by law to notify the employer's worker's compensation insurance carrier (or self-insured employer) if receiving both worker's compensation benefits and Social Security Disability Payments.
- Am I Covered?
- When Does Coverage Begin?
- What Benefits are Included?
- How Do I File a Worker's Compensation Claim?
- Flow of a Claim
- How Can I Return to Work?
- Vocational Rehabilitation Information
- What Happens If My Claim is Denied?
- What Happens at a Hearing?
- What Do I Do If My Employer does Not have Insurance?
- When is My Employer Required to Have Worker's Compensation Insurance?
- Does My Employer Have a Worker's Compensation Insurance Policy? and What is the main Claim(s) Handling Address (PDF)?
- Injured Worker's Rights and Responsibilities