If you are injured at work or develop a work-related illness, workers' compensation pays for medical care directly related to your accident or illness.
You and your employer can work together to find light duty work while you heal.
If you've been injured or traumatized as a result of a violent crime in Washington State, we may be able to help you.
All parties to a claim have the right to protest any decision made about the claim. Or, they may appeal directly to the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA).
News & Events
Washington honors 129 at Worker Memorial Day ceremony
TUMWATER — A firefighter who died after years of chemical exposure on the job, a construction worker buried by a trench collapse, a security guard killed when a vehicle crashed through his booth, and a home healthcare worker who was shot and killed by the grandson of his patient are among the 129 workers being honored at the Washington Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) 2023 Worker Memorial Day Ceremony.
Clark County contractor must repay state for stealing $127K in workers’ comp scam
VANCOUVER — A contractor who claimed he was too injured to work, but was actually running his own construction company, must pay back the state more than $127,000.
Pierce County roofing contractor accused of faking injury in $54K workers’ comp scam
TUMWATER — A Pierce County man who claimed his on-the-job injury was so severe he could no longer work as a roofer has been charged with stealing more than $54,000 in benefits from the state workers’ compensation system.
Clark County contractor faces theft charge for taking $127K in workers’ comp while running own company
VANCOUVER — A Clark County man has been charged with stealing $127,000 in workers’ compensation benefits for working at his own construction business while claiming he was too injured to work.