Worker’s Comp insurance is something employers carry to cover their workers in the event of an accident or injury that occurs at work, at their fault. This is not something individuals need to carry, and self-employed individuals do not need it, unless they plan on hiring a certain number of people to help expand their business. The specifics of whether a claim will be accepted depend on a variety of factors, and since we are not lawyers, we can’t tell you whether or not you’ll succeed with your claim. If you are having issues, we recommend you speak to a lawyer in your area to share your case with a free consultation.
Typically speaking, you should not have to file your own Worker’s Comp claim, as your employer will handle that for you. However, if you are asked to file your own claim, or are responsible for filing the claims where you work, My Claims Source is here to help! We have created a comprehensive list of Worker’s Comp insurance providers so you can find your company and learn about how to handle your claim. We’ve provided the contact information for the company, including the official website, email address, phone numbers, and mailing address. Some providers will allow you to initiate your claim online, while others will require you to speak with a claims agent via phone. We’ve also provided instructions on how to get started. If the company allows for the status of a claim to be checked online, we’ve given you the link and the information you will need to have on hand to check the status of your claim. If you do not see the company you are looking for listed, please let us know. We’re working hard to get a full list online, and yours will likely be up soon.