How ClaimCompass Works

First: You create a Profile for your organization. 
Your profile includes the basics such as your SIC code, FEIN, and other info for the state reports. But it's way better than that. You can create as many locations as you need (unlimited number and unlimited levels of hierarchy). You can also create defaults at every location for things like your policies, addresses, TPA info, and more.

Second: You enter an incident.
When an incident occurs, you access ClaimCompass via your web browser (or your Smart Phone, or any of the other methods of entry we offer). You enter the specifics of the claim, taking advantage of all your pre-filled, defaulted data, and you click submit. Done.

Third: Actually, there is no third.
You don't have to do anything, because as part of your Profile you told us where you wanted the incident to be sent, and how you wanted it to get there. For example, you might have set up something like this: For all claims occurring at Location ABC, send the claim to the state via EDI, send a PDF copy of the report to the claimant, send a notification email to the claimant's supervisor, and export the claim to my claims management software program. Wow! 

But, since you already told us that, you don't have to tell us again each time you create a new incident.

We just do it.

Workflow Scheme

Why ClaimCompass

Walter Cronkite used to end his nightly news broadcast with the phrase, "And that's the way it is."

To borrow that phrase, here's a brief background on why ClaimCompass is the best WAY for entering and reporting your First Report of Injury claims.


Free 30 Day Trial

Want to see for yourself how ClaimCompass works? Just create a profile and start entering claims. It's that easy.


Simple and Fair Pricing

When you enter a new incident you pay a small fee. No set up fees, no subscription fees. Once a month, we charge your credit card for new incidents. It doesn’t get any easier than that.

Case Studies

To learn how ClaimCompass can help your organization, check out the following case studies:  

Self Administred Construction Company »

Regional Insurance Carrier »

Claim Admin (TPA) »