File your workers' compensation claim online

If you are seriously injured, seek medical treatment or first aid before starting. Your health is our primary concern.

What to do

  • Inform your employer of your injury.
  • Seek medical treatment.
  • File your claim online.
  • If you work for a self-insured employer, file your claim directly with them.

File your claim online

This should take 20 to 40 minutes.

To protect patient information, you will be logged out after 20 minutes of inactivity. You cannot save your work until you have completed all the steps.

What you will need

The more information you provide, the faster we can process your claim.

  • Location where the injury occurred.
  • Contact information for any witnesses to the injury.
  • Employer information.
  • Wage information.
  • Names and birthdates of your dependents.
  • If you have already seen a doctor:
    • Your doctor's first and last name.
    • Hospital or clinic where you received treatment.

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Can't file online?

You can file by phone at 1-877-561-FILE, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.



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