COMING SOON: New Authorization Process
Beginning in August 2018, the entire letter of authorization process will be online and fully integrated with WCIRB Connect. No longer will users have to print and fill out a letter of authorization to access policyholder data (Form 810), get the policyholder’s wet signature, and scan and upload the document. Get More Details>
Licensed casualty agents and brokers can now quickly obtain detailed policyholder information on WCIRB Connect with the Comprehensive Risk Summary (CRS)™ Report. The fully downloadable and printable CRS Report, which had previously been available only to insurers, includes the following information:
Q: What is Form 810?
Q. Who can sign Form 810?
Q. Do I still need to use Form 810 even if I am the Broker of Record?
Q. What claim information is included in the CRS?
Q. Why won’t the system allow me request another CRS report for the same policyholder?
Q. Has anything changed with respect to authorizing ratesheets and inspection reports?
Q. What if I requested the CRS by accident?