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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.

Over 450 employers and 60,000 employees in a wide variety of healthcare sectors
The premier provider of workers’ compensation for Connecticut healthcare employees
Proud to be among Connecticut's top 5 workers’ compensation insurers

    By January 1, 2016 and annually thereafter, health care employers with: 1) at least 50 full-time or part-time employees; and 2) programs licensed by the Department of Public Health (“DPH”), must report to DPH the number of intentional workplace violence incidents occurring on the employer’s premises during the preceding calendar year and the specific area or department of the employer’s premises where such incidents occurred.  This important change in a health care employer’s external reporting obligation regarding workplace violence became effective on October 1, 2015, and was implemented as part of Public Act 15-91, which revised current law regarding hospital reporting of nurse staffing levels.  The Public Act did not make any other changes to Connecticut’s existing health care workplace violence protection laws.  Read More Here 






  • As a Trust member, "u" are critical and central to all that we do.  All of the services we offer, the programs we develop, the procedures we enact and the decisions we make are all done with "u", the  member in mind. The innovative loss control, managed care and claims management services that we provide to "u" are in your best interest.  

    In addition, as an employer mutual organization, the  profits are all for "u", too. . . in the form of premium returns.