Workers Compensation Records
Workers Compensation Records provide details about an employee's previous workers compensation claims for job-related injuries, and can include type of injury, body part injured, date of incident, employer and employer's insurance company, time lost, and possible job-related disability. Use of Worker's Compensation Records is limited by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which inhibits WC boards from releasing claims information as part of a pre-employment screening background check. Employers can only review workers compensation information after given a conditional job offer. Access to states workers compensation records varies widely, as some states have stricter rules than the Federal ADA.
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Worker's Compensation Laws vary greatly by state. Before including Worker's Compensation Records into your employment screening program, it is important to review the appropriate statuates of your hiring state.
Missouri Workers Compensation Searches
Special Notarized State Form is required. The turnaround time is 5-7 weeks. Search reports First reports of Injury, Name, SSN, Date of injury, Employer, Type of injury, and Payment information.
Texas Workers Compensation Searches
Special Notarized State Form is required. This search is only available to Texas based employers. The turnaround time is 4-6 weeks.