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Iowa Workers' Compensation Training

Workers' Compensation Training For Insurance Agents In Iowa

Improve Your Workers' Compensation Skills

Are you currently working as a Workers' Compensation professional? Do you need to know more about the Workers' Compensation state laws and statutes in Iowa? Or would you like to pursue a professional designation and earn the Workers' Compensation Specialist (WCS) designation?

What Role Does An Insurance Agent Play In Iowa Workers Compensation?

Iowa law requires businesses with one or more full-or part-time employees to have workers' compensation insurance. This requirement includes subcontractors, independent contractors, and their respective employees. As such, insurance agents should be able to explain to their clients how workers compensation in Iowa works, understand their clients' past and potential claims, then be able to get quotes for coverage.

Insurance Agents also should understand the state's workers comp rules and requirements, how to deal with accommodation and return-to-work requests, management of the claim, proper account handling procedures, and how to fight fraudulent claims. Read below for training courses that teach you and your clients how to do that and more!

Iowa Workers' Compensation Training Courses

The Iowa Workers Comp Specialist Designation
How Workers' Compensation Specialist Designation
A Iowa workers' compensation specialist designation helps ensure that you and your organization follow federal and state guidelines for job safety, disability law, and claims management that could affect the rights of employees or employers.

It is a valuable credential that verifies an individual's specified level of knowledge, skills, and abilities regarding the handling of workers compensation claims and administration. The certification not only demonstrates that you know the laws and regulations, but that you understand how to apply the concepts taught in the workplace.

For more details on the Iowa Workers Comp Specialist Designation, go to www.ABTrainingCenter.com/showbudetails.aspx?tcid=1000233

Workers Comp Training Seminars And Webinars

Listed below are some of our best-selling Workers Comp seminars and webinars. You attend seminars in-person at a specific date, time, and venue. Webinars are available in live, CD, and OnDemand formats.Online Workers Comp Training Courses

The following are online courses you can take anywhere with Internet access:How Workers' Compensation Works

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What Does A Iowa Workers Compensation Specialist Do?

A Iowa worker's compensation specialist or workers comp manager is responsible for:
  • Developing, maintaining, and managing the organization's workers' comp program
  • Investigating and processing workers' compensation claims
  • Communicating with employees, managers, insurance carriers, medical providers, attorneys, and upper management re workers comp issues
  • Reporting workplace injuries and illnesses within a specified time period
  • Dealing with claim investigations, settlements, and litigation
  • The coordination the disbursement of benefits
  • Handling claim denials
  • Working within the various Workers Compensation laws, rules, and requirements for issues and requests such as accommodations, restrictions, and return-to-work
Yes, there is a lot of work - and regulations - in handling your organization's workers comp responsibilities. But don't worry, we have many workers comp training courses that can help!

For More Info On Iowa Workers Compensation Regulations

The workers' compensation system in Iowa is a no-fault system designed to compensate injured workers for medical bills, lost wages, and permanent impairments resulting from their injuries.

Iowa law requires businesses with one or more full-or part-time employees to have workers' compensation insurance. This requirement includes subcontractors, independent contractors, and their respective employees. For specific information on Iowa workers comp, contact:

The Iowa Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC)
150 Des Moines Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50309-1836
800-645-4583 (toll-free) or 515-725-4120 (local)
https://www.iowaworkcomp.gov/












Disclaimer: This information provided is based on state laws and regulations, and is subject to change. While we make every effort to asure this information is current and accurate, it is not engaged in rendering legal or professional advice, and shall not be held responsible for inaccuracies contained herein.
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