Workers compensation policy information for the District of Columbia – DC
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State: District of Columbia
Authority/State Rating Bureau: NCCI
National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI)
901 Peninsula Corporate Circle
Boca Raton, FL 33487-1362
Private Insurance: Allowed
State Fund: There is no district fund
Assigned Risk: National Workers compensation Reinsurance Plan, administered by NCCI.
Assigned Risk Contact Information: NCCI Holdings Inc. ; Assigned Risk Plan, Pool or Residual Market is administered by NCCI Holdings, Inc.
Numerical Exceptions: No Exceptions
Individual Waivers Allowed: No waivers allowed.
Small Deductible Program Details:
Deductible Range: NA
Effect of Experience Rating: NA
Available In: NA
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Sole Proprietor: Excluded from coverage/may elect to be included by endorsement. If included a sole proprietors payroll for workers compensation purposes will be set at an annual limit of $70,100 as of 11-1-2011, $73,600 as of 11-1-2012, $73,600 as of 11-1-2013, $75,000 as of 11-1-2014, $76,100 as of 11-1-2015. $76,200 as of 11-1-2016. $76,300 as of 11-1-2017. $77,600 as of 11-1-2018.
Partners: Excluded from coverage/may elect to be included by endorsement. If included a sole proprietors payroll for workers compensation purposes will be set at an annual limit of $70,100 as of 11-1-2011, $73,600 as of 11-1-2012, $73,600 as of 11-1-2013, $75,000 as of 11-1-2014, $76,100 as of 11-1-2015. $76,200 as of 11-1-2016. $76,300 as of 11-1-2017. $77,600 as of 11-1-2018.
Corporate Officers: Corporate officers who receive pay are covered. If included the minimum rating payroll used is $1,300 per week and the maximum payroll is $5,400 per week as of 11-1-2011, $1,400/$5,700 as of 11-1-2012, $1,400/$5,700 as of 11-1-2013, $1,450/$5,800 as of 11-1-2014, $1,450/$5,900 as of 11-1-2015. $1,450/$5,900 as of 11-1-2016. $1,450/$5,900 as of 11-1-2017. $1,500/$6,000 as of 11-1-2018.
LLC Members: The District of Columbia is silent on the treatment of LLC Members. Check with the governing authority for DC on this issue.
Notes About Forms: Be sure to check with your insurance company for additional forms they may use.
Special Notes: The District of Columbia Workers’ Compensation Act is administered by the District’s Department of Employment Services.
Experience Rating Eligibility: Employers in District of Columbia will receive an experience modification rate or EMR when they meet one of these triggers:
- $7,000 in policy premium is generated during the last year or last two years.
- $3,500 is the average policy premium generated for more than two years.
Workers Compensation Subrogation: District of Columbia subrogation is detailed in Statute 32-1535. It’s sometimes difficult to find these codes but they are available online. You can view this code by using the link we’ve provided below. Click the link then scroll down to Title 32, Labor; then down to chapter 15, workers compensation; then look down for 32-1535, compesation for injuries when third persons are liable.
Alabama Workers In Other States; Other States Workers In Alabama; Extraterritorial; Reciprocity; Non-Compliance: NA
- Provisions: NA
- Duration: NA
- Allowed: NA
- Specific Statute or Reference: NA
- For More Information Contact: Dirstict of Columbia Department of Employment Services – Labor Standards Bureau 202-671-1000
Regulated By: District of Columbia Department of Employment Services
Labor Standards Bureau – Office of Workers Compensation
64 New York Avenue, NE, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20002
Department of Employment Services
Workers compensation statute can be found here: Follow the below link then go to the “Labor” section then choose “workers Compensation”
Information on this page is provided only as a reference. While we strive to mantain accurate information on this site please realize workers compensation laws are complicated and subject to change at any time. No warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of this information is provided or to be implied. You must verify this data before use with the individual governing authority for this state. If you need help with a workers compensation problem or have a specific situation or question please contact our office. Otherwise please consult your states governing authority or an attorney in your state of residency for assistance.
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