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Need to report a claim? You have options.


Report by phone: (800) 726-9006

Report by email:  [email protected]

Report by fax:  (855) 603-8409

Please have your policy number and name of insured/policyholder as named on the policy.

Please have the following claimant information:
  • Full name, age, date of birth, social security number of injured employee
  • Date/hours of employment and wages
  • Date, time and location of injury
  • Home address and phone number

Email or fax your completed State Workers’ Compensation First Report of Injury form.

Download Claim Forms by State

Once a claim is reported, we will contact the insured employer within the next two business days to begin evaluating the injured employee’s needs. If you need assistance with a claim sooner, you may contact the AmeriTrust Service Center at  (800) 825-9489, which will directly connect you with the adjuster assigned to handle your claim.

Download your Workers' Compensation Injury Reporting Guide


What should you do before an on-the-job injury or illness occurs?

Post all appropriate posters and signage

Each state has its own laws about what must be posted and distributed relating to workers’ compensation information in your workplace. You, as the employer, are required to post the certificate and posters required by your state in each of your locations where you have one or more employees. Please go to your state workers’ compensation website for compliance requirements in your state.

Develop an effective work-place safety program

AmeriTrust  Group, Inc. can help you reduce the chances that an on-the-job injury or illness will occur through    the development and communication of a work-place safety program.

Post a panel of Medical Providers that injured employees must use in case of injury

In most states, the employer has the authority to determine which  hospitals,  doctors,  or urgent care  facilities their employee must use in case of injury. Visit to obtain a list of in-network medical providers for your area.

Create a return-to-work program

Transitional modified jobs for injured workers can reduce the impact of their injured worker’s injury or illness.

What should you do after an on-the-job injury or illness occurs?

  • Transport the injured employee to a medical care facility (in the case of any emergency,  call 911 immediately)
  • Order a post-accident drug test
  • Secure the scene of any serious accident for investigative purposes
  • Secure and save any equipment or materials that were involved in the accident
  • Complete an accident investigation report within 24 hours
  • Report the claim to AmeriTrust





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