Report an Injury


Employers, remember to report all claims within 24 hours.
Even if you don’t have all of the information, reporting a claim the day of the incident helps reduce claim costs.

What information is needed?
View Information Needed When Reporting here.

Quick Online Reporting

  • 1. Login to your policyholder account.
    Missing login information? Email Customer Support or call 800-226-0666.
  • 2. Select the “Report a Claim” tab, complete the online reporting form with the required employee and injury information and submit. You will receive an email confirmation with the assigned claim number.
  • Our claim process begins immediately after we receive a notice of injury. Within 24 hours, a designated claims adjuster will contact the employer, injured worker, and medical provider to determine the extent of the injury and establish claim reserves.

    Updates to OSHA’s Recordkeeping Rule: Reporting Fatalities and Severe Injuries

    What am I required to report under the new rule?

    Previously, employers had to report the following to OSHA:
    • All work-related fatalities
    • Work-related hospitalizations of three or more employees

    Starting in 2015, employers will have to report the following to OSHA:
    • All work-related fatalities
    • All work-related inpatient hospitalizations of one or more employees
    • All work-related amputations
    • All work-related losses of an eye

    Click here to learn more.

    Additional Ways to Report




    321-214-0235 or 321-214-0234

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    Industry News

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    Fri, Nov 17, 2017
    Source: Work Comp Central News
    Wed, Nov 15, 2017
    Source: OSHA Quicktakes