Employees who have been hurt at work may benefit from workers’ compensation. What they receive may help the injured employee in the recovery process, payment of bills, and in some instances, returning to work.
The following are links to different workers’ compensation resources to help you understand more about the claims process and other important information you may need
The Department of Labor’s OWCP administers four major disability compensation programs providing replacement benefits, medical treatment, vocational rehabilitation, and more.
The NCCI is one of the nation’s most comprehensive sources for information on workers compensation insurance, including statistics and industry trends.
The DFEC handles workers’ compensation coverage for three million federal and postal workers around the world.
The DCMWC (also known as the Federal Black Lung Program) administers claims filed by coal mine workers under the Black Lung Benefits Act.
The DEEOIC handles workers’ compensation and medical benefits for employees of the Department of Energy, its agencies, contractors, subcontractors, and more.
The DLHWC works to ensure that workers’ compensation benefits under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act are paid promptly and properly.
The AASCIF is an association of workers’ compensation insurance companies from 26 states and eight workers’ compensation boards in Canada.