Worker’s Compensation Records
Billions of dollars are paid each year in work-related injuries and total associated costs in terms of training, damaged equipment, increased insurance premiums, and productivity losses further magnify the costs. Companies with multiple claims pay up to10% 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. Most include the following information:
- Applicant Name
- Body Parts Injured
- Case Number(s)
- Description of Accident
- Case Status
- Dates of Injury
- Date of Birth
- Official Party List to include Lien
- Injury Type
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.
NOTE: A Worker’s Compensation Records check can only be requested when the subject is an employee.