Alabama Workers Compensation Class Codes

Alabama Workers Compensation Class Codes

Alabama Workers Compensation Class Codes

Need to find Alabama workers compensation class codes? Alabama uses the NCCI classification system. NCCI stands for National Council on Compensation Insurance. They regulate the workers compensation classifications for most US States.

To find the list of class codes for the state of Alabama, visit our page for locating NCCI codes by clicking the image to the right.

For an authoritative classification guide, you will need to purchase an NCCI scopes manual at www.ncci.com.

For other helpful underwriting products and services, you can visit the NCCI Online Catalog, or the IRMI Online Catalog.

Alabama Workers Compensation Rates

Looking for Alabama workers compensation rates? Visit our page for workers compensation rates by state. Our list contains estimated base rates for the state of Alabama. Rates will vary from one insurance company to another. Rates will also vary based on other factors such as:

Alabama Workers Compensation Rates

Alabama Workers Compensation Rates

 

  • Years in business
  • Experience Modification Rate (MOD)
  • Size of deductible
  • Years of consecutive coverage / gaps in coverage
  • Financial condition of the company
  • Trajection of the company size (increase or decrease)
  • Employee turnover rate
  • Quality of safety programs (if any)
  • Employee return-to-work programs
  • And many other factors!

Alabama Department of Labor: Workers Compensation Divison

The Alabama WC division is responsible for enforcing state laws, such as ensuring the proper payment of benefits and medical attention to workers who have been insured on the job, as well as ensuring workplace safety. The workers compensation division also provide information services for employers, claimants, insurance companies, judges, attorneys, legislators, management groups, etc. They also enforce compliance inspections, auditing and enforcing claims payments and settlements, statistics for injury costs, mediation of workers comp disputes, and other related functions.Alabama Department of Labor: Workers Compensation Division

More information about Alabama Workers Compensation

Alabama employers are required to have workers compensation insurance if they have more than four employees.

At the end of any calendar year, a corporate officer who has been exempted may revoke the exemption by filing written notice thereof with the Department of Insurance and the employer’s insurance carrier.

Alabama Self-Insured Workers Compensation Fund

Alabama has a very competitive option for workers compensation insurance through the self-insured state fund. Members act as their own insurance provider, pooling premiums together to pay workers compensation claims, dispersing the risk among the large pool of insured.

Alabama Self-Insured Worker’s Compensation Fund
P.O. Box 59509
Birmingham, Alabama 35259
Phone: 205-868-6900
Fax: 205-868-6909
E-mail: info@workerscompfund.org

 

Other Alabama Work Comp Agencies
Alabama Department of Labor: Workers Compensation Division
649 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36131
Phone: (334) 242-2868
email: webmaster@labor.alabama.gov
Website: http://www.labor.alabama.gov/wc/
Alabama Department of Insurance
201 Monroe Street
Suite 502
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: 334-269-3550
email: info@workerscompfund.org
Website: http://www.aldoi.gov/

 

Alabama Workers Compensation Classification Codes

Alabama Workers Compensation Classification Codes


 


Alabama Workers Compensation Class Codes