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    Investigation.Communication.Resolution ®
    Industrial Injury Claims®

    Full-line claims investigation and administration services
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    Midland Claims Service, Inc.
    Redefining Best Practices®

    Quality, customer-driven claims services in the State of Montana since the 1940's


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    Award Winning Customer Service
    Our Mission: Excellence

    Award winning customer service


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    In Montana Since The 1940's

    Property, Casualty and Workers' Compensation Claims In Montana Since The 1940's


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    World Class Experience, Small Town Personal Attention
    Billings, Montana

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Property, Casualty and Workers’ Compensation claims, with full self-insured program claims management.

Service Territory

MCSi primarily operates in the territory of Montana.  Specific assignments can be arranged in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and other states.

Contact MCSi

Phone: (406) 656-9960
Fax: (406) 656-9983
E-mail: Michael J. Marsh, RPA, CPIA

Best’s Recommended Insurance Adjusters

Best.Logo_.Adjuster10Our experience has shown that no one company can provide everything for every client. We have two specialties: 1. P/C investigation and litigation/mediation service and 2. Workers’ Compensation claims administration for self-insured companies and organizations with exposure in Montana. We specialize in one jurisdiction, Montana. By partnering with our self-insured clients, through timely, sophisticated reporting and on-going, daily communication, we are able to assist them in reducing their MT WC costs, significantly reduce their average cost per case and fully implement Stay At Work / Return To Work programs and advanced loss control efforts.

 

Latest Blog Posts
Subrogation In Montana Makes News

The recent legislative session in Montana which ended in April 2015 has made the national publication of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (“NASP”). SB 288, which arose after MCSi’s President Michael J. Marsh testified in front of the Economic … Continued

The Workers’ Compensation Environment

The article linked here, by well-respected Mark Walls of Safety National Casualty Corporation, is one of the best articles (at a high level) of what is good about and challenges faced by the state-based workers’ compensation system in the United … Continued

Montana Adding Public Adjusters to Statutes

At the direction of the Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, HB 95 was introduced to the 2015 legislature, and appears to be moving towards approval…it may soon become law that Public Adjusters can ‘legally’ do business in the State of … Continued

Montana NAIIA Members

If your organization is looking for the highest level of experience, training and proven results, look first to the National Associations of Independent Insurance Adjusters (“NAIIA”).  NAIIA members are among the most experienced adjusters, investigators, umpires and mediators in the … Continued

Extraterritorial WC Issues – Darnielle Article

Excellent article by Dennis Gamble of Darnielle Insurance about some of the basic issues that any employer should be aware of when operations include employee activity in Montana, and/or North Dakota and/or Wyoming (both monopolistic states). Read the article here: … Continued

2014 – Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

We are so proud of our staff.  At each position, every level, each of the individuals that work at Midland Claims Service, Inc. and Industrial Injury Claims® work hard to foster a communicative, collaborative environment in the claims process, diligently … Continued

Workers’ Comp Wish List

Excellent, albeit a bit “pie in the sky”, list of issues that would provide additional smoothing of the workers’ compensation system, regardless of jurisdiction. We have worked with our self-insured clients for the past decade on nearly every one of … Continued

Medicare and Workers’ Compensation Conflict

The Medicare Secondary Payer Act continues to complicate the workers’ compensation process.  Essentially, the Act requires that any treatment for a workers’ compensation injury or disease be provided and paid for by the WC payer, with Medicare serving as a … Continued