The Claim Assistance Unit ensures compliance with the Worker’s Compensation Act relating to benefits and claims. The unit works closely with adjusting companies handling worker’s compensation claims to ensure compliance with statutes and administrative rules...Read More
The Data Management Unit is responsible for the collection, data quality and maintenance of workers' compensation claim and injury information. The unit uses the claim data and other information sources to complete a comprehensive...Read More
The Mediation Unit is responsible for a statutorily required process for resolving workers’ compensation benefit disputes prior to the need for filing with the Workers’ Compensation Court (WCC). Parties in dispute meet...Read More
The Medical Regulations Unit is the primary liaison for the Department with providers, claims examiners and insurers who have questions, need assistance or require direction on all issues relating to the medical regulation...Read More
Montana Codes Annotated (MCA)
If you wish to view the latest codes, go to the Montana Codes Annotated page. To view the Montana Codes for prior years, go to the Montana Legislature site and then select the year needed. The sections you will need to reference are located in Title 39 Labor. They are Chapter 8 - Professional Employer Organizations, Chapter 9 - Contractor Registration, Chapter 71 - Workers' Compensation, Chapter 72 - Occupational Disease, and Chapter 73 - Silicosis Benefits.
Montana Workers' Compensation and Occupational Disease Laws (the "Blue Book") Order Form
Administrative Rules of Montana
The Department of Labor and Industry Administrative Rules are also available for use on the Secretary of State web site and includes these chapters: Chapter 28 Workers' Compensation Mediation; Chapter 29 Workers' Compensation and Occupational Disease; Chapter 33 Contractor Registration and Chapter 35 Independent Contractors.