Workers’ Compensation coverage protects MMIA member cities from the risk they may be sued and held legally liable for their actions when employees are injured in the course and scope of their job duties. The Workers’ Compensation Program was the first MMIA program to begin operation in January of 1986. The need for a reasonably priced and effective Workers’ Compensation Program was brought on as a result the commercial market choosing not to cover municipalities due to high risk exposure. An invaluable part of the program is the Workers’ Compensation Claims Unit that adjusts all workers’ compensation claims filed with MMIA member cities.
Today, the Workers' Compensation program has 108 incorporated cities and towns that participate as members.
Workers' Compensation Program Contacts
|Ann Komac||Claims Manager||406-495-7011|
|Denise Jensen||Senior Workers’ Compensation Claims Examiner||406-495-7006|
|Susan Clark||Senior Workers’ Compensation Claims Examiner||406-495-7010|
|Amber Worman||Workers' Compensation Claims Examiner II||406-495-7009|
|Katy Koehler||Workers' Compensation Claims Examiner I||406-495-7002|
|Gayle Casey||Workers’ Compensation Claims Technician||406-495-7012|
|Tanya Turcotte||Document Processing Specialist||406-495-7030|