Workers' Compensation Carriers are experiencing challenges with checks being sent via USPS either not arriving on time or not at all resulting in customer accounts being cancelled for non-payment. If possible, please consider paying your workers’ comp policy premium online.
You can make your payment without creating an account online, and there is no additional fee to pay online!
You will need:
You can also create an account with Texas Mutual. They have a robust website that allows you to report claims, view the status of a claim, obtain loss control information and more.
We highly recommend that your insurance premium payments be made by ACH or credit card rather than mailing us your check. With delays in the mail service and thefts of mailboxes, your check may take weeks to reach us if it reaches us at all.
Since the Postal Service implemented new service standards on October 1, 2021, we are experiencing more and longer mail delays than ever. Mail is now taking several days if not weeks to be delivered.
Texas employers that do not provide workers’ compensation coverage must file DWC Form-005, Employer Notice of No Coverage or Termination of Coverage.
Find the form and information on how to file on the TDI website.
Email below for more information.
The safety and well-being of our community and clients are our top priority. Texas is forecasted to experience freezing temperatures for prolonged periods throughout the remainder of the week. This weather includes the potential for snow, sleet, and freezing rain that can create hazardous conditions.
During extremely cold weather, staying warm and safe can be a challenge. Learn how to prepare for winter storms, prevent cold temperature-related health problems, and protect yourself during all stages of a winter storm by reviewing the CDC winter weather preparedness guidelines by following the link below:
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Here are some tips to help prevent water damage from frozen pipes.
Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2022 Emergency Responder Health and Wellness Grant sponsored by VFIS of Texas and Texas Mutual!
We had an overwhelming response with 176 applications requesting almost $800,000. We sincerely appreciate all emergency responders that applied for this grant and wish we could fill every request. We encourage everyone to re-apply in the fall for next year’s grant.
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Here you will find helpful information regarding firefighters, ems responders, and updates in insurance policies.