Filing a self-insured claim.
(1) What form is used to report a self-insured worker's industrial injury or occupational illness?
The reporting form for a self-insured worker's industrial injury or occupational illness is the Self-Insurer Accident Report (SIF-2) L&I form F207-002-000. Self-insurers must obtain these forms from the department and must report their workers' industrial injuries and illnesses to the department with SIF-2s. The department tracks the claim numbers assigned to self-insurers.
When notified of injury or illness, the self-insurer must provide the worker with this prenumbered form and assistance in filing a claim. The self-insurer must provide the worker the designated copy of the completed SIF-2 (which includes an explanation of the worker's rights and responsibilities) within five working days of completion.
(2) What form does a doctor use to report a self-insured worker's industrial accident or occupational illness?
Physicians should report a self-insured claim with a Physician's Initial Report (PIR) L&I form F207-028-000 when a self-insured worker has an industrial injury or is notified of an occupational illness. Replacements are acceptable.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 51.32.190
(8)(a) and (9)(a). WSR 98-24-121, § 296-15-405, filed 12/2/98, effective 1/2/99.]