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Workers' Compensation - Second Injury Fund

  1. Administration: Can more than one person receive the e-mails from the Division?

  2. Benefits: How do I qualify for Second Injury Fund?

  3. Benefits: How do I claim benefits from the Second Injury Fund?

  4. Benefits: What is the status of my claim?

  5. Benefits: How much money will I get/how is the settlement figured?

  6. Benefits: How are payments made?

  7. Benefits: How do I know if I am eligible for Physical Rehabilitation Benefits from the Second Injury Fund?

  8. Benefits: How are the rehabilitation benefit amounts calculated?

  9. Benefits: What is the maximum number of weeks allowed for this benefit?

  10. Benefits: How much money will I receive if I qualify for this benefit?

  11. Benefits: How often do checks for the rehabilitation benefit get mailed?

  12. Benefits: What happens if I go to a facility that is not certified by the Division?

  13. Complaints: My attorney won’t return my calls. What can I do?

  14. ID/Access code: Where do I find my access code and ID number?

  15. ID/Access code: Does each contact on file with the Division have his/her own access code & ID number?

  16. ID/Access code: Do I have to fill out the Electronic Partnering/Confidentiality Agreement?

  17. ID/Access code: Does a new Electronic Partnering/Confidentiality Agreement need to be completed if the contact person changes?

  18. Legal: How long do I have to file a claim against the Second Injury Fund?

  19. Legal: Do I need an attorney to file a claim against the Second Injury Fund?

  20. Process: What happens after a claim is filed, and how long does it take for my Second Injury Fund case to settle?

  21. Reporting: Does the Division accept postmark dates?

  22. How do I correct a quarterly report form after I have submitted it electronically to the Division?

  23. Reporting: Where can I find the Affidavit of Zero Reporting? (Commercial Insurers Only)

  24. Reporting: Can the Affidavit of Zero Reporting be emailed to the Division?

  25. Reporting: As an insurance carrier that doesn’t write workers’ compensation insurance, do we have to report quarterly? Can we be exempt from reporting since we don’t write workers’ compensation insurance?

  26. Reporting: What is considered late?

  27. Reporting: How do I report retrospective policies?

  28. Reporting: As a Self-insured entity, do we have to report quarterly?

  29. Reporting: How are the late penalty and interest calculated?

  30. Reporting: If I am reporting $0s or have a credit balance for a quarter, do I still need to mail a hard copy to the Division?

  31. Reporting: I report for more than one company. Can I send in one check for all the companies for which I am reporting?

  32. Reporting: I received an e-mail about a quarterly report that was due to the Division. What is this quarterly report for? We don’t write Workers’ Compensation policies. Why do I have to report?

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