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Workers' Compensation Loss Run Database


The Department Financial Services shall be held harmless against all claims, suits, judgments and/or damages resulting from this disclosure of information, including all costs and fees. The information contained herein is a representative reflection of selected information maintained by the Department of Financial Services, Division of Workers' Compensation.
Failure to obtain claim information on a specific employer through this automated query may be due to search criteria input by the user, to delay in the submission of information from insurance carriers, or to errors in the coding and entry of claims data. The user should not infer the non-existence of a claim based solely on results of this query.
The Loss Run Database contains only those lost time workers' compensation records for which a DWC-1, First Report of Injury or Illness, was reported to or recorded by the Division. Records with dates of accident prior to 1/1/1990 that were "closed" at the time the Division converted to the new database in March of 2000, were archived and will not appear here. As of November 2003, certain information that relates to personal, financial and/or health information will not be disclosed in the database pursuant to Section 440.125 and 626.9651, Florida Statutes and Rule 4-128, Florida Administrative Code. Records designated as "confidential" by the Division are not included; Section 119.07, Florida Statutes, protects them from disclosure. Records deemed confidential by federal or state law are also not included.

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