As of Dec 31, 2015, we have responsibility for 27,518 Workers’ Compensation Claims in Montana, representing in excess of $122,000,000 in Wage Loss, Impairment and Medical benefits. For the past decade, our combined average cost per claim (for Lost Time … Continued
Property, Casualty and Workers’ Compensation claims, with full self-insured program claims management.
MCSi primarily operates in the territory of Montana. Specific assignments can be arranged in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and other states.
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Our 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
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to each and every one of you, our client partner organizations and friends in the industry, those that have over the years shown the confidence in the fantastic staff of Midland Claims Service, Inc. and … Continued
Below is a link to an interesting article that addresses, at a high level, perceptions and utilization of psych professionals in the workers’ compensation process. The article is possibly a good STARTING point for the discussion of secondary psychological symptoms … Continued
Workers’ Compensation. A system in the United States created 100 years ago to address a critical issue in the country, workplace injuries and the emergency of major manufacturing, primarily in the metropolitan areas of the county. Until the workers’ compensation … Continued
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
An article in the Workers’ Compensation Outlook (Volume 25, No. 7 – April 2015) discusses the impact of misdiagnosis and incorrect medical treatment. While this is a distinct problem throughout the United States and the world, it is particularly acute … Continued