Workers’ Compensation reports provide information on an applicant regarding previous injuries occurring in a work place by searching prior workers’ compensations claims. These reports are useful in showing proof of previous injury, however, by law, can not be used to discriminate against hiring an individual. Furthermore, these checks are not available in some states.
What is supplied in a Workers’ Compensation Report?
- Injury date and time
- Nature of injury
- Body part(s) involved
- Medical Status
- Adjudication Dates (if applicable)
- Type of Settlements (if applicable)