Please Note: for Claims assistance or questions about coverage and exemptions You will need to call one of the numbers listed below.
Also be aware that the Workers' Compensation Assistance Offices in different states may go by different names such as "Industrial Accidents".
These are the only numbers that we are aware of and have available for Michigan Workers' Compensation.
Department of Insurance Director Anita G. Fox: 517-284-8800
Department of Insurance Mailing Address & Toll Free Number: 877-999-6442
Self-Insured Programs: 517-284-8939
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Optical Character Recognition (OCR) allows data scanning from paper forms. Pursuant to MCL 418.221, the Agency requires that forms 100, 104A, 107, 701, 400 and 401 filed must match exactly those forms found on the Workers' Compensation Agency website, including but not limited to language, block space and positioning, font and dimension. In addition, when data is input into the various forms an Arial 10 point font must be used, with each field limited to one line of data. As a result, these process changes require data to be in very specific locations to prevent future problems. This leaves little tolerance for location variation.
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