Note: If you have accessed the Databases listed herein and are in need of assistance with requests for information or data, please hover your mouse over the question mark at the end of the database title. The description of the database along with contact information will be displayed.
Insurer/Claim Administrator Database
- This Database
contains current address and contact information for those claims
administrators, self-insurers, and third party administrators approved
to handle workers' compensation claims of injured employees in the State
of Florida. If you have any questions or problems with the information
contained in this database, contact
Insurers licensed to do business in the State of Florida - Clicking on this link will take you from the Division of Workers' Compensation website to the Office of Insurance Regulation website. Please follow prompts once you are at their site.
Proof of Coverage Database (Compliance)
- The Compliance Database provides information regarding workers’ compensation coverage and exemptions from workers’ compensation. Effective 05/03/2002, this information has been updated and is once again available to the public. Due to the formatting differences between EDI records and those formerly received on paper, you may experience two records for the same employer/FEIN with slightly different name variations. The Division is working to merge these records as quickly as possible. Exemption data will continue to be maintained and available as usual.
The Bureau of Compliance continues to take referrals for investigation of civil non-compliance through the Internet, in person, by phone, or by e-mail at: https://apps.fldfs.com/NonCompliance_Referral/mainpage.aspx
. The Bureau of Compliance’s toll-free referral hotline is 1-800-742-2214.
Please direct all other questions with regard to proof of coverage to the Customer Service Unit, (850) 413-1609 or email@example.com
For information about the Bureau of Compliance field office closest to you, refer to the Bureau of Compliance field office locations
Construction Policy Tracking Database - The Construction
Policy Tracking Database provides information to contractors regarding the
coverage status of the contactors they use. This easy-to-use system will
send contractors automatic electronic notification of any changes to their
contractor's coverage status. The only action required of the contractor
is to register and list the contractors for whom they would like to receive
Noncompliance Referral Database - To report an employer
you suspect has illegally failed to secure workers' compensation insurance
coverage for all of the employer's employees, complete this form.
- Daily updates of this list offer the most current medical providers approved by the Department as Expert Medical Advisors (EMA’s). For more information about the EMA List, contact the Medical Services Section at (850) 413-1613 or Workers.CompMedService@myfloridacfo.com
- The claims database contains workers'
compensation accident data on an individual claim basis. The information
relating to personal financial or health information has been redacted
from the database in compliance with 440.125 and 626.9651, Florida
Statutes and Rule 69J-128.025, Florida Administrative Code. For
questions regarding the inability to access the system, contact the
Bureau of Data Quality & Collection at
Statistical Reports Based on Claims Data
- The user can
generate statistical reports from the most recent end-of-month claims
file. Records may be selected by county, year of injury, nature of
injury, or other claim characteristics. Output consists of aggregated
data by year of injury for: the number of injuries, total benefits
(including indemnity, medical, and settlement payments), and average
benefits for each category. For questions regarding this database,
WC Expiring or Effective Policy Search
- This Search will
produce a downloadable list of Employers in the State of Florida whose Workers'
Compensation Insurance policies are either due to expire within the month
and year selected or become effective within the month and year selected.
The search can be narrowed by also specifying a County and/or an Insurance
Carrier. All Policies Search by County - This Search will produce a downloadable
list of Employers in a specific Florida County who have CURRENT Workers'
Compensation Insurance policies. The search can be narrowed by also specifying
an Insurance Carrier. For questions regarding the WC Policy Search Page, please contact the Bureau of Compliance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Employer Loss Run Database
- This screen can be used to
generate a list of lost-time injuries reported to the Division of Workers'
Compensation for an employer since 1990. The user must provide the employer
FEIN and may select a narrower range of accident dates if desired. For questions
regarding this database, please contact the Bureau of Data Quality and Collection
Compliance Stop Work Order Database - The Compliance Stop Work Order Database lists employers that have been issued a Stop Work Order. Stop Work Orders are based upon a determination that an employer has failed to secure the payment of compensation resulting in an immediate serious danger to the public health, safety and welfare (s. 440.107, Florida Statutes). For questions regarding this database, please contact the Bureau of Compliance at (850) 413-1609.
The DWC Claims EDI Data Warehouse contains workers' compensation
filings for which an EDI First Report of Injury (FROI) and/or Subsequent
Report of Injury (SROI) have been electronically reported to the Division
(currently includes R1 filings since 10/1/2000.) Claims EDI Trading Partners
may view specific transactions/data elements in the manner and format received
by the Division to aid in the reconciliation of filing errors, along with
processing outcomes (accepted, rejected). Also, Claims EDI Trading Partners
can access their Claims EDI Report Cards, Rejected But Not Resubmitted Listings,
Missing SA (Sub-Annual) Reports, and Non-Fatal (TA-FL) Errors Detail Reports.
Health Care Provider Violations Website
- The Medical Services Section takes referrals for investigation of health care provider violations of Chapter 440, F.S. This includes standards of care requirements, improper billing, and collection of payments from the injured employee, failure to provide medical records, failure to refund reimbursement for service improperly billed or that constituted overutilization by the health care provider. For questions regarding this website or the health care provider violation process, contact the Medical Services Section at (850) 413-1613 or Workers.CompMedService@myfloridacfo.com
DWC Medical Services Web Portal
- The DWC Medical Services Web Portal allows physicians to apply for Expert Medical Advisor (EMA) certification and maintain their certification profile. For questions regarding this web portal or the EMA certification process, contact the Medical Services Section at (850) 413-1613 or Workers.CompMedService@myfloridacfo.com