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Workers’ Compensation Check

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Injuries at the workplace cost businesses and organizations billions of dollars every year. Federal law does allow employers to check for workers’ compensation history details and claims, but only under specific guidelines. According to federal law, this level of employment screening can only be ordered after a job offer has been made or a person has been hired. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) forbids employers from discriminating against an applicant based on previous job-related injuries and/or past health problems. If you decide you want to run a worker’s compensation check on someone, LaborChex is here to help you. When available, reports can include:

  • Date, cause, nature, extent of injury
  • Employer identification
  • Insurance carrier and disposition
  • Length of hospital stay
  • Total days off job
  • Return date
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    Note: Not all states release worker’s compensation reports. States providing information differ in the information that they offer. Some states release details to court-appointed representatives or those requesting information for court cases. Your LaborChex professional will be pleased to to help you review the intricacies of this screening service.