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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

Online Workers' Compensation Insurance Registration

In accordance with section 440.52, F.S., each insurance carrier who desires to write Workers' Compensation insurance in compliance with this chapter shall be required, before writing such insurance, to register with the Division and pay a registration fee of $100. The Registration Fee Invoice, available on the registration form page, is to be included with your payment and provided to the Division as outlined in the invoice instructions. After the registration fee has been paid and once the registration forms are electronically sent to the Division, a specific carrier identification number will be assigned to your company.

The Division of Worker's Compensation uses this registration information when assigning insurer identification numbers, tracking medical and indemnity claims, and to effectively communicate and disseminate penalty and Division information to newly registered insurers in a timely fashion.

In order to properly complete the registration process, the $100 registration fee must be mailed along with the registration fee invoice to the address listed on the invoice. In addition, the required registration forms, listed in Section I below, must be completed and electronically sent to the Division. After completing the required registration forms, new carriers must review, acknowledge and electronically verify that they have received the pertinent programmatic information regarding each bureau listed in Section II.

Once you have provided your information to the Division, please email carrierregistration@myfloridacfo.com to verify submission. Failure to send an email may result in the delay of assigning your carrier identification number and the authorization to write Workers' Compensation insurance in the State of Florida.

Section I - Registration Forms

  • General
  • Assessment
  • Claims
  • CPS
    • Indemnity Reporting
    • Medical Reporting
  • Medical Claims

Section II - Division Information

  • Bureau of Compliance
  • Bureau of Monitoring and Audit (includes the Office of Medical Services)
  • Bureau of Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office
  • Bureau of Data Quality and Collection
  • Bureau of Financial Accountability

Workers' Compensation System Guide (WC System Guide) PDF