If employees are injured on the job or believe that they may have sustained an occupational illness and/or injury, they may be eligible to receive Workers' Compensation benefits. Benefits available through Workers' Compensation include payment for medical expenses and prescription costs, and salary replacement if the employee is totally disabled for more than 7 calendar days as a result of the accident or illness. Read More
- Call Liberty Mutual immediately at 1-800-524-0740 to report the injury and/or illness. Liberty Mutual is available to take the call and provide assistance 24 hours per day, seven days per week. If there is an emergency and an employee is unable to call, someone may call for the employee.
- Notify his or her supervisor.
- Refer to the Workers' Compensation Provider Panel list. Choose a provider, and if necessary, make a doctor's appointment, then provide Liberty Mutual with the physician's name and appointment date.
- Medical expenses and prescription costs related to your approved workers’ compensation claim will be paid by Liberty Mutual. You are not responsible for paying co-payments, consultation fees, or fees for visits to an approved workers’ compensation provider panel physician or facility. If the physician or facility requires you to pay for the office visit, you should refer them to Liberty Mutual.
- If you medical condition requires specialty care, your workers’ compensation provider panel physician will make the referral to an approved specialist on the workers’ compensation specialty panel list or you must contact Liberty Mutual for the panel of specialty physicians.
- If you choose to use a physician that is not on the approved list of physicians or on the specialty list of physicians, or without the prior approval from Liberty Mutual, you will be responsible for payment of the services rendered upon the direction of the physician.
All new employees are automatically enrolled in the Workers Compensation program on the first day of working. No cost is associated for employees to participate in the workers' compensation program.