There are numerous Iowa workers' compensation compliance requirements for employers, insurance carriers and third party administrators. Iowa companies, other companies that have employees working in Iowa and companies doing business in Iowa, including companies or individuals adjusting workers' compensation claims, must be aware of and comply with those requirements.
Please review the Reporting Requirements
and the Compliance Handbook to ensure that you and your company are maintaining compliance with the Iowa Workers' Compensation Act.
Our Insurance Carriers
and Self-Insurers Duties page lists the Compliance Duties and Responsibilities of Iowa Workers' Compensation (WC) Law for Insurance Carriers and Self-Insurers.
On May 18, 2001, Iowa Workforce Development issued a
News Release, "Added Emphasis On Workers’ Compensation Compliance".
Workers' Compensation Compliance Administrators represent the Division of Workers' Compensation and cannot represent the interests of any person or group involved in a workers' compensation case, but they can provide you with valuable information that you may need to better understand Iowa workers' compensation laws and practices.
The Compliance Administrators are also the agency's representatives on compliance issues. Should you believe that someone, or some entity, is failing to comply with the Iowa Workers' Compensation statutes and rules in
regard to a workers' compensation
claim that you have, or that of another, please notify a Compliance Administrator immediately so that they make take the steps necessary to end the noncompliance by the offending party.
When sending an e-mail to a Workers' Compensation Compliance Administrator please include:
- Your first and last name
- Social Security Number
- Your phone number
- Division of Workers' Compensation file number if
- Employers name
- Employer address
The following Workers' Compensation Compliance Administrators are here to serve you: