Arizona Work Comp Class Codes
Looking for Arizona workers compensation class codes? Arizona uses the NCCI classification system. NCCI stands for the “National Council on Compensation Insurance”, and they are the governing authority for workers comp classifications for most US states.
You can the appropriate list of work comp codes for the state of Arizona by visiting our guide for locating NCCI codes, or clicking the image to the right. However, our lists only include a guide for where to find NCCI codes. For complete and authoritative classification material, you will have to purchase an NCCI scopes manual.
For other helpful underwriting products and services, you can visit the NCCI Online Catalog, or the IRMI Online Catalog.
Arizona Workers Compensation Rates
Looking for Arizona workers compensation rates? Visit our page for workers compensation rates by state. Our list contains estimated base rates for the state of Arizona. Rates will vary from one insurance company to another. Rates will also vary based on other factors such as:
- 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!
Copperpoint Mutual Insurance CompanyArizona State Fund:
3030 N 3rd St.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Customer Service: 800.231.1363
Arizona Department of Insurance
2910 N. 44th St. Suite 210
Phoenix, Az. 85018-7269
(602) 364-4457 / (877) 660-0964
This agency has jurisdiction over insurance disputes, such as proper work comp premiums.
Industrial Commission of Arizona
800 W. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
This agency has jurisdiction over claims & employer compliance with work comp obligations.
More info about Arizona workers compensation
In the state of Arizona, employers are required to have workers compensation insurance, meaning it is a “work comp mandatory” state. Employers must either purchase workers compensation insurance from a private insurance company, or be authorized to self-insure. If not, they will be issued a stop work order.
Arizona formerly used to maintain a very competitive state fund, but the state fund has been transformed into a non-profit mutual insurance company (Copperpoint Mutual Insurance Company), and are no longer part of state government. Copperpoint currently writes about 60% of the work comp insurance in AZ, but has to compete with other private insurance companies in the state.
Arizona workers compensation class codes