Reliable claims support

When the unexpected happens, trust EverPeak to work hard for you.

What to expect when filing a claim

We understand that behind every claim is a person, not just paperwork. We’re here to ensure the best outcomes for our customers and their employees, providing a compassionate and personalized approach every step of the way.

Navigating the claims process

While EverPeak manages the policy, we partner with Builders to expertly navigate customers through the claims process. Builders’ 30+ years of experience ensures a seamless experience with excellent outcomes. Together, we provide comprehensive support, ensure every customer receives the care and attention they deserve.

What happens when an employee is injured?

Step 1

Provide medical care quickly in the event of a work-related injury. For emergencies, call 911 or head to the closest health care facility.

Step 2

After the employee reports an injury, the employer should promptly file a claim with our trusted claims partner, Builders.

Step 3

Builders will follow up on the claim and guide the process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions about workers’ compensation claims.

How long do I have to report a claim?
Ideally, the incident should be reported immediately. Prompt reporting helps ensure the necessary steps are taken to initiate the workers' compensation claims process.
How do workers’ compensation claims impact insurance costs?
The frequency and severity of workers’ compensation claims can affect your workers’ compensation insurance premium. A higher number or greater severity of workplace injuries could lead to a higher premium.
What steps can I take to prevent a workers’ compensation claim?
Enforcing safety protocols, providing proper employee training, maintaining a clean and hazard-free work environment, and regularly reviewing safety practices can significantly reduce workplace injuries.
Can I dispute a workers’ compensation claim?
If you want to dispute a workers’ compensation claim, let us know.
Can an employee sue for a work-related injury?
Typically, the workers’ compensation system provides an exclusive remedy, meaning employees cannot file a lawsuit against their employers. Instead, they must pursue a workers’ compensation claim to receive benefits for their injury or illness.

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