Look up and verify workers comp coverage for states beginning with the letter A.

Individual state links are shown below next to its state seal. When navigating to those individual states be sure to follow the directions you find on those pages. Some links may take you to a general information page for the state you are looking up and you will have to look on that page and click on that states link to go to their verification page. Others will take you right to the verification page where you can look up coverage. To find another state, just choose the first letter for that state from the alphabet below or go back to our directory main page.

Choose the beginning letter of any state to verify workers comp coverage

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verification of workers compensation coverage Verify Alabama Workers Compensation Coverage

verify workers compensation coverage Verify Alaska Workers Compensation Coverage

verification of workers compensation coverage Verify Arizona Workers Compensation Coverage

verification of workers compensation coverage Verify Arkansas Workers Compensation Coverage


Here’s helpful information on how each of these states handle their verification service. To access any of these states just click on the link above. That link will take you to the state verification site where you can look up an employer. We’ll have this section on each of the state lookup pages to help you through the process.
Alabama: – Workers compensation verification is now available through the Alabama state website. Click on the above link for Alabama and once you get to their page scroll down towards the bottom. Go past “Education” and you will find a direct link titled “Workers Compensation Coverage Information.” Click on that link and it will take you to where you can enter information about the employer you are trying to verify.

Alaska: – To verify Alaska workers comp coverage just click the link above. That will take you to a page on the Alaska state website where you need to pick either “Employer Workers’ Compensation Coverage Verification” or the “Self- Insurance” page. If you choose the first you will be taken to a search criteria page. You’ll find you can look up coverage in Alaska if you only know the employers name or FEIN. Once entered the search will return a list of policy holders along with policy numbers. Clicking on the policy number will access specific policy information about that employer. They do not provide the policy dates.

Arizona: – Arizona verification information is provided through NCCI and their national data base. Their site will not provide you with information about an Arizona employer if they are self-insured or the name of a TPA, third party administrator, if used by an insurance company. Navigate to the Arizona site, click the verify link in the middle of the page and enter the information about the employer you have. The search should return a list of employers and policy numbers. Clicking on the policy number will bring up information about that employer. No dates, only the policy number, employers name and address. To access information about TPA’s and self-insureds, they ask you contact the Industrial Commission of Arizona at 602-542-4661.

Arkansas: – This state provides three choices of on-line searches from their state web page, Claim Search, Non-Coverage Certificates Search and Coverage Verification Search. The claim search option is only available to those authorized to access this section and look ups are fee based. If you have need to access the claim data for Arkansas you will find on this page instructions and registration information. The non-coverage search option is kind of unique in that with this look up service you can verify if any sole proprietor, partnership and legal liability company has filed and been issued a certificate of non-coverage with the state. Corporations may also show up in the non-coverage search but we have not verified that. Coverage verification service is new to Arkansas and as you will find with many states is actually provided to you through NCCI and their national data base.


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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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