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Workers’ Compensation Trust

The Workers’ Compensation Trust is a comprehensive workers’ compensation insurance program designed to meet the unique needs of the Connecticut healthcare industry. The Trust was formed in 1981 for the sole purpose of providing a cost-effective alternative to the traditional insurance market for healthcare employers in the State. Membership consists of over 450 employers representing over 60,000 employees in the healthcare industry.  All services are provided from our Wallingford location.

 

A "Best Place to Work in CT" for 2017 by the Hartford Business Journal
Proud to be among Connecticut's top 5 workers’ compensation insurers
  • Specifically to our business, workers' compensation fraud costs the insurance industry millions of dollars per year, yet many people consider it a victimless crime. Fraud not only affects a specific employer or business, but also drives up workers’ compensation insurance costs and impacts Connecticut’s overall economy. Plain and simple, workers’ comp fraud hurts everyone.

    If you suspect workers’ compensation fraud in your business, please forward your information by calling our anonymous Fraud Line at (800) 559-3739.  Together, we can make a difference is combating fraud!

    If you'd like to report a claim using Trust TeleCare, Click Here

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