On this page you will find States with the first letter beginning C through D
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.
On each of our state directory pages you’ll find helpful information about how to use any specific state verification service. We make it easy for you to find a states verification service by just clicking on the links we provide above. Once you do that you’ll be taken to that states verification page where you can look up an employer. The notes that follow are just some of our observations we’ve made from using these services.
California: – Verification of workers compensation coverage is not yet available in California. They have recently passed legislation that requires a verification website be established but is not currently up an running. Once California has setup their website for this service we’ll update our directory and add the link for your use.
Colorado: – Verify a Colorado employers workers comp coverage by following the link next to the Colorado State Seal found above. This will take you to a page on the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment website entitled Insurance Coverage Information. On this page you will find a few links in the middle. Choose the one that says “Employers Insurance Coverage Verification” and you will be taken to another page. On the second page you can enter the Colorado employers name to obtain information about their workers compensation policy. Colorado indicates on their webpage that the DOWC secures this information via third party.
Connecticut: – Connecticut verification information is, like other states, provided through NCCI and their national data base. Connecticut verifies information for employers who have secured a workers comp policy and those who are approved by the Connecticut Workers compensation commission to become self-insured. The information used is what has been reported to NCCI and included within their data base. You’ll find a link on the Connecticut page that says “Verify Coverage” and clicking on that link will bring up a page where you can enter search information about the employer. If you need help verifying coverage for an employer in Connecticut you can contact the state workers compensation commission at 860-493-1500 and they should be able to help you out.
Delaware: – Delaware provides useful information on an employers workers compensation policy history. This state website is easy to use and when you access them through our link found above you will be asked to enter the employers name. They need only three letters and the search will provide you with a list of employers showing their name, address and DCRB file number. From that list you can choose the employer you are looking for and click on their name. When this is done you will be taken to another page that will show you the name of the insurance carrier, the policy number, the effective and expiration dates of the policy and policy cancellation dates. This list is provides you with the historical policy information for the employer in question. If you need help you can call the Delaware Office of Workers’ Compensation in Wilmington at 302-761-8200 or in Milford at 302-422-1392.
District of Columbia: – Choose the link above for District of Columbia and you’ll be taken to a District of Columbia Department of Employment Services website page titled Workers Compensation. This page provides a variety of information about workers comp in DC. In order to verify coverage for a DC employer scroll down their page an look for the red link that says “Workers’ Compensation Insurance Verification” and choose that link. You will then be taken to another page where you can enter search information about an employer. Upon searching you will be shown a page listing employers and their policy numbers. Click on the policy number and you will be presented with additional information. DC asks that for information on self-insured employers you contact the Department of Employment Services at 202-671-1000.
- 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.
WORKERS COMPENSATION CONSULTANT
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