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Worker's Compensation Board of Indiana

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Worker's Compensation Board of Indiana

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WCB Mission Statement

To provide efficient dispute resolution for injured workers and employers by administering both formal adjudication and informal dispute resolution services; to serve the public by answering inquiries regarding the Indiana Worker's Compensation system; and to collect statistical information regarding workplace injuries in Indiana.

News and Notices

  • Notice: $2 per policy assessment emails were sent out on May 11, 2016 and payments are due on October 31, 2016. This fee is to be paid only by insurance carriers who wrote worker's compensation policies in the 2015 calendar year. If this applies to your company and you did not receive an assessment email, please contact Rob Howell at mailto:rhowell@wcb.IN.gov?subject=%242%20Per%20Policy%20Assessment for assistance.
  • Notice:  Effective Monday, February 22, the mileage reimbursement rate is decreasing from $0.40 per mile to $0.36 per mile.
  • Notice: The 2016 Second Injury Fund recommendation report and certificates are now available. Please click here to review.
  • Notice: The Second Injury Fund status report is now available. Please click here for more information.
  • Notice: The WCB now offers online payment options which allow you to make payments by eCheck or Credit Card. The online payment tool can be found under Online Services or by clicking here. For a list of payment reasons, please visit the Online Payment Options page.
  • Notice: The Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board has issued the following guidelines for the use of Nurse Case Managers (“NCM”) in the administration of compensation claims: 
    • A NCM may be involved in a claim to schedule appointments, help facilitate care suggested by the medical provider, and to report back to the employer and/or carrier.  However, a NCM should not express opinions, to either the injured worker or the medical provider, regarding an injured worker’s course of medical care or otherwise attempt to influence the process.  Additionally, a claims adjuster should not attempt to direct the care provided to an injured worker by the authorized treating doctor.

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