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Self-Insurance Workers’ Compensation

New York self-insurance programs are a great option for large or public employers.

Requiring approval of the Workers’ Compensation Board, and usually the posting of financial security, self-insurance offers the employer the opportunity to hire its own claims and safety Third-Party Administrator. Self-Insurance Workers’ Compensation programs are generally recommended for very large employers, or public entities.

GCG Risk Management, Inc. has been licensed by the Workers’ Compensation Board to represent self-insurers in New York State since 1977. Our staff of experienced claims examiners and attorneys permits us to provide a broad range of services to those employers who qualify for self-insurance workers compensation.

GCG will provide a quote for these self-insurance programs under “Request a Proposal.”

Self-Insurance: Value-Added Services

Self-Insurance Claims Administration

  • FROI – First Report of Injury
  • Claims Processing
  • Claims Investigation
  • Payment of Indemnity & Medical Claims
  • Medical Bill Review
  • Attendance at Administrative Hearings
  • Mandatory Claims Filing Requirements
  • Establish and Review Case Reserves
  • Case Specific SLU Negotiation
  • Claims Settlement
  • Claims Apportionment
  • Workers’ Compensation Board Required Filings

Other Self Insurance Services

  • Excess Workers’ Compensation Coverage
  • Surety & Security Requirements
  • Advice and Counsel on Administrative Changes