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WNC First Insurance Services
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NEW! Principles of Workers Compensation Claims Suite

The Principles of Workers Compensation Claims Suite provides a thorough examination of the principles of workers compensation, as well as how to adjust workers compensation claims. After completing the courses within this suite, you'll have a complete understanding of how to process workers compensation claims.

Available Principles of Workers Compensation Claims courses are listed below. Click each course name for information and a list of topics covered. For your convenience, you can take one, a few, or all of the below courses. The choice is yours!

The Workers Compensation System
Topics covered in this course include goals of workers compensation laws, common-law employer liability loss exposures, and more.

Compensability in Workers Compensation
Topics covered in this course include determining employment status, determining whether an injury is covered, and more.

Statutory Benefits in Workers Compensation
Topics covered in this course include appropriate type and amount of workers compensation benefits, how benefits are determined for scheduled injuries, and more.

Workers Compensation Insurance and Alternatives
Topics covered in this course include determining coverage provided by the Workers Compensation and Employers' Liability policy; how, other than purchasing a WC&EL policy, an employer can meet its obligations to provide benefits to injured workers; and more.

Workers Compensation Claim Administration and Subrogation
Topics covered in this course include types of notice of injury, setting workers compensation reserves, and more.

We Recommend These Courses for: In-house claim adjusters, field claim adjusters, insurance litigators, senior customer service representatives, agency principals, and third-party administrators

Bottom-Line Benefits

  • Improve understanding of the workers compensation system with a strong foundation in what it is and how it works
  • Increase ability to use alternatives to workers compensation insurance by gaining an understanding of the options available
  • Strengthen efficiency in processing workers compensation claims by learning how to determine employment status and compensability

Level: Intermediate


Cost: $20 per Professional Development Hour (PDH). Information on Professional Development Hours (PDH) provided can be found here.

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