by The Divison in Helena, Mont. (5 South Last Chance Gulch, Helena 59601) .
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|Statement||prepared for Montana employees and employers by the Division of Workers" Compensation, Department of Labor and Industry|
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Supporting injured state of Montana workers and avoiding injuries by creating safe work environments. Having worked in this industry for over 28 years, I have witnessed the effects of both good and bad management of workers’ compensation. In the private sector, it was a priority for us and it paid huge dividends in employee morale and savings. Some individuals and groups of workers are exempted by law from workers' comp insurance. To elect coverage for exempted employments (subject to Montana State Fund approval), please call us at The employments that are exempted include: Sole proprietors, working members of a partnership, working members of a limited liability. Employers must provide workers' compensation insurance defined in the Montana Workers' Compensation and Occupational Disease Acts. Managed Care Organizations Organizations desiring to be certified as managed care organizations are required to submit an application and pay a fee of $1, Montana Workers' Compensation Regulations. The Workers' Compensation Regulations Section is a multi-faceted organization with responsibility for various areas of regulation, primarily in the field of workers' compensation.
Workers’ Compensation FAQ’s. The following are frequently asked questions and answers, you may also find answers in the. Benefits Summary. Nothing on this website is intended as legal advice. Responses may be different depending on the facts. If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney. Sections referenced below are taken from theFile Size: 77KB. Resource Guide for Montana Employers and Employees The COVID emergency is now impacting the work and personal lives of Montanans throughout our state. The Montana Department of Labor & Industry is closely following the changing dynamics and policies at the state and federal level. Application for Insurance Coverage Montana State Fund (MSF) is a nonprofit, publicly owned workers’ compensation insurer. Any employer with employees hired to work in Montana may apply for coverage. How to Obtain Coverage: A separate application must be completed for each individual legal business entity. Separate. Click here to be directed to the Workers' Compensation website where you can find all documents related to safety and return to work. HIPAA Notice Local: ()