The Workers’ Compensation Reinsurance Association (WCRA) had a 2022 surplus distribution of $600 million to its members and insured employers (policyholders). Approximately $383 million went to insurers, $182 million to self-insurers, and $35 million to policyholders.
Despite the best efforts of the WCRA to distribute the surplus to policyholders, there were checks that were not deposited or were returned to the WCRA without a forwarding address. The following link can be used to search the list of all policyholders who have not deposited their check. Checks were only sent to policyholders whose distribution amount exceeded $15.
If you locate your business or name in the list, you may fill out a request form via the following link or
call our hotline at (833) 731-0743 to request another check be issued.
Eligibility to receive a distribution expires on December 31, 2023.
To request a refund, you may be required to provide proof that you are an eligible employer that paid workers’ compensation premiums in 2020. Such proof could include a copy of your 2020 workers’ compensation insurance policy and/or the canceled checks for your 2020 premium payment along with your Taxpayer Identification Number or Federal Employer Identification Number. The WCRA reserves the right to make the final determination as to the eligibility of any individual or organization to receive a distribution and the distribution amount to which it is entitled.
For additional questions please visit our Policyholder FAQ page.