REPORT A CLAIM

The JPIA’s Claims Staff Coordinates the defense and/or settlement of all covered claims by or against the districts. Crucial to their efforts is cooperation by the members in the form of early reporting of all incidents.

If you wish to report a Liability or Property claim please call (800) 231-5742, fax information to (916) 786-0209, or E-Mail to Claims.

After 4:30 or on weekends/holidays, please contact Sedgwick staff  Jim Stewart at (916) 548-8283, or Casey McClintock at (916) 607-6360.

You may email new Workers’ Compensation claims (5020, DWC-1, etc.) to Workers’ Comp Claims.

The JPIA’s Claims Staff Coordinates the defense and/or settlement of all covered claims by or against the districts. Crucial to their efforts is cooperation by the members in the form of early reporting of all incidents.

If you wish to report a Liability or Property claim please call (800) 231-5742, fax information to (916) 786-0209, or E-Mail to Claims.

After 4:30 or on weekends/holidays, please contact Sedgwick staff  Jim Stewart at (916) 548-8283, or Casey McClintock at (916) 607-6360.

You may email new Workers’ Compensation claims (5020, DWC-1, etc.) to Workers’ Comp Claims.

Liability and Property Program Claims Information

Liability and Property Program Claims Information

Workers’ Compensation Program Claims Information

California Workers’ Compensation Law requires that every employer provide its employees with workers’ compensation coverage. This coverage guarantees state-mandated benefits to employees injured on the job or incurring work-related illness or disease. If you are unable to decide if an injury is work related, report it to the JPIA for investigation.

All incidents should be reported to us immediately by using the link below, or by faxing the workers’ compensation forms to the JPIA at (916) 786-0209. DO NOT send reports of any kind directly to the Department of Industrial Relations, Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, any attorney or physician.

You may email new Workers’ Compensation claims (5020, DWC-1, etc.) to Workers’ Comp Claims.

Should you wish to send the paperwork through a secured email, and you are a new user you will need to create an account first .

For existing users click on the link here. When creating the secured email, please send the email to _claimswc_wa@acwajpia.com

You can find more information on the claims process and important forms for both JPIA members and outside claimants below.

Workers’ Compensation Program Claims Information

California Workers’ Compensation Law requires that every employer provide its employees with workers’ compensation coverage. This coverage guarantees state-mandated benefits to employees injured on the job or incurring work-related illness or disease. If you are unable to decide if an injury is work related, report it to the JPIA for investigation.

All incidents should be reported to us immediately by using the link below, or by faxing the workers’ compensation forms to the JPIA at (916) 786-0209. DO NOT send reports of any kind directly to the Department of Industrial Relations, Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, any attorney or physician.

You may email new Workers’ Compensation claims (5020, DWC-1, etc.) to Workers’ Comp Claims.

Should you wish to send the paperwork through a secured email, and you are a new user you will need to create an account first .

For existing users click on the link here. When creating the secured email, please send the email to _claimswc_wa@acwajpia.com

You can find more information on the claims process and important forms for both JPIA members and outside claimants below.