For Injured Workers

Being Injured on the job is stressful. In addition to your injury, we know you’re concerned about your job, your medical care, and the confusing process of dealing with an unfamiliar system. Our Claims Consultants will work with you to ensure that you understand what to expect, that you’re receiving appropriate care, and that you can get back to work as soon as it is safe and healthy for you to do so. We hope this information will help you in that effort, but if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call or email your claim team.

Information for Injured Workers

Submitting a Work-Related Injury Claim

Submitting a Work-Related Injury Claim

If you are the first doctor to diagnose a worker for an occupational…

PS WCT-UPSeptember 9, 20211 min read
Provider Initial Report (PIR) Requirements

Provider Initial Report (PIR) Requirements

To facilitate the claim process, ensure the Provider Initial Report (PIR) is: Filled…

Ruth CostelloSeptember 9, 20211 min read
Injury Prevention and Mental Wellness Through a Consistent Yoga Practice

Injury Prevention and Mental Wellness Through a Consistent Yoga Practice

By Nicole Daley, Claims Consultant The science of yoga has its origin thousands…

Nicole DaleyJune 11, 20214 min read
Return to Work Corner

Return to Work Corner

The RTW Incentive Community continues to grow! We welcome Eatonville School District to…

Aliza HauserMay 21, 20212 min read
New Rules for IMEs

New Rules for IMEs

Last year, the Washington State Legislature passed Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6440 (ESSB…

Robert DuncanJanuary 25, 20214 min read
WCT Injury Triage Program

WCT Injury Triage Program

At the Puget Sound Workers’ Compensation Trust and Unemployment Pool, our mission is…

Heidi PalmerMay 9, 20202 min read
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