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EMPLOYMENT - Worker's Compensation

Billions of dollars were paid last year in work related injuries and total associated costs in terms of training, damaged equipment, increased insurance premiums, and downtime stretches into the billions. Companies with multiple claims pay up to 10% more per year in Worker’s Compensation Insurance fees than companies in similar industries with no claims.


Worker’s Compensation records vary from state to state regarding the volume of information collected and reported. At a minimum, most include the following information:

  • date of accident

  • case number

  • status of claim

  • description of accident including body part injured

  • employer’s name at the time of accident

  • time lost.

Some reports include compensation and disability, as it is important to know if an applicant is physically capable of doing the job.


Worker’s Compensation Records are designed with the strictest adherence to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations and the law when they are used during the medical examination process after the individual has been offered a position. Please read Title One for information regarding safe hiring under the ADA


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