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
Over the 60 + years that Midland Claims Service, Inc. has been in operation, there have been myriad changes in our country, people and culture. As one can imagine, the types of claims made and the expectations of payers and … Continued
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
Recently, we read an article that gave us encouragement in the workers’ compensation claims business. The article, “The Ideal Workers’ Compensation Adjuster Job”, was written by Michael B. Stack, CPA, a principal in Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc. Midland Claims Service, … Continued
For Immediate ReleaseAugust 29, 2014Mr. Michael Marsh to Speak at the 2014 CLM Claims College Mr. Michael Marsh, President, Midland Claims Sevice, Inc. and Industrial Injury Claims® will be a speaker at the School of Worker’s Compensation. The Claims College … Continued
From Business Insurance, advice from the Feds to not use Microsoft Internet Explorer until security hole is patched. And on the cover, our friend and well-respected collegue William M Zachry (Risk Manager of the Year). http://www.businessinsurance.com/article/20140428/NEWS07/140429844
Congratulations to the RMIS Risk Manager of the Year Honoree, Bill Zachry! We have known and worked parallel to Bill since the late 1980’s. He has always been a kind, thoughtful professional in an otherwise challenging business…workers’ compensation claims. Mr. … Continued