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OhioBWC - Worker:  Injured Worker Claim Info

Once you have filed a claim and received a claim number, you can monitor the status of your claim, view all documents and correspondence associated with your claim, update your address, submit forms and obtain important contact information to assist you in the claims process. Click on any of the links below to access specific information about your claim.
Reminder: You must have an e-account to access personal, secure information about your individual claim. To create an e-account, click here.
Claim Information

Claim documents
Look up imaged documents for an individual claim file.

View a listing of correspondence BWC has sent on your claim and view copies of specific correspondence.

Claim status
Claim history profile
Look up basic information and check the status of a specific claim.

View a list of all claims associated with a Social Security number.
Issue tracking
Injury/illness info
Track the progress of a form you've recently filed.

View accident and occupation information.
Claim assignment
Diagnosis info
Learn the customer service office and claims service specialist managing your claim.

View miscellaneous claim information.
Update claim data
Exam information
View and update your address, date of birth and other personal claim information.

Look up information about a scheduled medical exam.

Claim certification
View and update claim certification.

View notes detailing progress of your claim.

Return-to-work history
Claim party contacts
Check the progress and status of an injured worker's return to the workplace.

Look up contact information for all parties to the claim including the managed care organization and treating providers.

Comp benefit summary
Settlement research
Look up specific information about lost-time benefits, including date range, compensation type, average and full weekly wages.

Employers, injured workers and their designees can view high-level claim information to help them make the most informed decision about whether to pursue a settlement.