The Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office was created by the Florida Legislature to inform and educate injured workers. We are also here to help you informally resolve any problems or disputes that might arise between the parties involved in your claim, and we can answer your questions about the workers’ compensation system. There is no charge for our services.
Questions? Need Help? Call 800-342-1741 or Email Us
House Bill 5203 from the 2012 Legislative Session, which was signed by Governor Scott on April 20, 2012, transferred workers' compensation reemployment services responsibilities from the Department of Education to the Division of Workers' Compensation. Questions about these services can be directed to (800) 342-1741 – option 4, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The calculators can be used by anyone, but are
specifically designed to assist injured employees in
estimating their wage replacement benefits. They are highly
interactive and will assist injured employees in
understanding how temporary disability and impairment
benefits are determined. To access these calculators, please
visit the “Injured Employee” section of our web site. On the
right side of the web page, you will find the icon to click
for the Benefit Calculators.
In addition, the calculators include links to the relevant sections in Chapter 440, F.S., and Rule 69L, F.A.C, that further educate injured employees on wage replacement benefits.
If you have any questions, please contact Stephen Yon, Chief, Bureau of Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office at (850) 413-1786 or Stephen.Yon@MyFloridaCFO.com.
The least costly accident is the one that never occurs.
The USF SafetyFlorida consultants are highly skilled and
trained in OSHA regulations, yet cannot assess financial
penalties. They can assist your small business with hazard
identification, record keeping, education and training, and
more. The courses may include:
• Accident and hazard prevention information
• Safety videos
• Safety management wizards that complete DWC-1 and OSHA 300 forms
• Safety and health training and education, including USF OSHA Training Institute Education Center information
To request your consultation, call 1-866-273-1105 or visit www.safetyflorida.usf.edu.
Many injured workers, and other persons with questions about workers' compensation often find it more convenient to ask their questions by e-mail. This service is available to injured workers and the public at the following web address: email@example.com
Do you have questions about medical treatment or other benefits entitled to you by law? You can get answers to your questions by calling 1-800-342-1741.
The Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office secures indemnity benefits and/or obtains medical authorizations for injured workers. Are you having a problem with your workers' compensation claim? Please contact us at 1-800-342-1741 if you need assistance.