WCF Insurance has more than 100 years of extensive workers’ compensation experience, knowledge, and resources. Our Idaho team brings together experienced adjusters and sophisticated systems with preferred provider networks, prescription drug discounts, provider bill and utilization review, medical case management, and vocational rehabilitation services, when appropriate. This combination gives injured employees a solid foundation of care and support to foster a quick recovery. It also allows our policyholders to participate in controlling claims costs.

Nevada Coverage Questions

What medical network does WCF Insurance utilize in nevada?

WCF Insurance has preferred medical providers to deliver quality medical care at discounted rates. Our network of medical providers in Nevada not only contains overall healthcare costs, but it does so without sacrificing the quality of necessary care injured employees need. In addition, our network of hospitals, clinics, and physicians understand occupational injuries and the concerns of injured employees and their employers.


What makes WCF Insurance different than other Nevada workers' compensation coverage providers?

• Our mission is to provide an excellent insurance experience.
• We have a high-touch, high-service claims team.
• Our safety team will work with you to develop or enhance your safety program.


Will my claims be handled in Nevada? 

Yes! Below is a little about our Nevada claims team.

• Our claims teams are built with senior-level adjusters.
• Each team is assigned an experienced medical-only adjuster, along with support staff.
• We have bilingual Spanish adjusters and support staff.


does wcf provide on-site safety services in nevada? 

We do. WCF has safety and risk professionals in Nevada that can assist you in developing an effective safety and health program for your organization. Our safety team can help you:

  • Implement and monitor an effective safety program
  • Evaluate your existing safety program and make improvements, conduct safety surveys, and train supervisors and employees to recognize and eliminate safety hazards
  • Evaluate exposures to chemicals, noise, heat, or other hazards associated with industrial processes
  • Assess ergonomic hazards associated with manufacturing, computer use, shipping and receiving, manual material handling, and other jobs with potential for repetitive stress injuries,
  • Access a variety of safety materials that can also be found in our safety resource library.