Aspen Claims Service

Reported Florida COVID Comp Claims Hit Low In March

 Tuesday, April 26, 2022

 Business Insurance

The Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation on Monday reported the lowest number of workers compensation COVID-19 claims since the start of the pandemic.

In March, the state received data on 72 indemnity—or wage replacement—comp claims, a drop from the 581 reported in February.

Claim counts in Florida have ebbed and flowed since the start of the pandemic, with a total of 34,797 reported in 2020 and 30,564 in 2021, according to the report.

Insurers in the state have paid $85.8 million in closed COVID-19 claims and $103 million in claims that remain open.

The average paid per closed claim was $3,219, according to the report. Since 2020, 35,430 claims have been denied.
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