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Division Director

Tanner Holloman

Assistant Director

Andrew Sabolic


Workers' Compensation
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0318
Workers' Compensation Claims
(800) 342-1741
Workers' Compensation Exemption/ Compliance
(850) 413-1609

Brochures

All brochures are in PDF Format PDF

Workers' Compensation Information For Workers

As required in Section 440.185(4), Florida Statutes, this publication is required to be mailed, by the claims administrator, to the injured worker within three days after the employer or employee informs the claims administrator of the injury. This brochure became effective November 30, 2010; however, for a transitional period of 90 days from the effective date, insurers or claims administrators may continue to use the brochure in effect prior to this change.

  • Important Workers' Compensation Information For Florida's Workers brochure: English (Nov 30, 2010) | Spanish (Feb 2014)
  • Old October 2003 version - Important Workers' Compensation Information For Florida's Workers brochure: English | Spanish

Workers' Compensation Information For Employers

As required in Section 440.185(4), Florida Statutes, this publication is required to be sent to the employer annually by the insurer or its third party administrator. This brochure became effective November 30, 2010; however, for a transitional period of 90 days from the effective date, insurers or claims administrators may continue to use the brochure in effect prior to this change.

  • Important Workers' Compensation Information For Florida's Employers brochure (Nov 30, 2010): English | Spanish
  • Old October 2003 version: Important Workers' Compensation Information For Florida's Employers brochure: English | Spanish

Key Coverage and Exemption Eligibility Requirements

  • Key Coverage and Exemption Eligibility Requirements brochure: English | Spanish

"Broken Arm" Poster

Drug-Free Workplace Guide

Anti-Fraud Reward Program Notice

Employee Notification Letter

This notification letter will satisfy the statutory requirement in s.440.185(11), Florida Statutes that the employer or carrier provide the employee with written notice of the availability of the services offered by the Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office in the form and manner determined by the Department. The notification shall be mailed or hand-delivered to the injured employee within three days after the employer/carrier receives notice of the employee's injury. The form and manner of this notification is being incorporated into Rule 69L-26.004, Florida Administrative Code. This notification letter was revised as of November 2009.

Workers' Compensation Fraud

  • "Join the Battle Against Workers' Compensation Fraud" brochure, from the Division of Fraud: English | Spanish

Disaster Assistance