The Missouri Division of Workers' Compensation administers the programs providing services to all stake holders including workers who have been injured on the job or been exposed to occupational disease arising out of and in the course of employment. The Division makes sure that an injured worker receives benefits that he/she is entitled to under the Missouri Workers' Compensation law. The Division's Administrative Law Judges have the authority to approve settlements or issue awards after a hearing relating to an injured workers entitlement to permanent benefits allowed by Missouri law.
Employers, Insurers and TPAs
- Employers, Insurers and TPAs
- Insurance Responsibilities
- Injury Reporting Responsibilities
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- EDI Release 1 - Online Injury Reporting
- EDI Release 1 - Electronic Injury Reporting
- Handle Disputes with Employees
- Second Injury Fund Surcharge
- Religious Exceptions/Industry Exemptions
- Workers' Safety Program
More on Workers' Compensation
More About the Division of Workers' Compensation
The Division has eight offices throughout Missouri with the main office being in Jefferson City. Missouri employers are required to report workplace injuries within 30 days of occurrence. The Division processes more than 100,000 reports of injury each year.
Workplace Injuries Reported by Year