Helping you manage your state program coverage

What are state workers’ compensation programs?

If your business is unable to obtain workers’ compensation coverage from a private insurance company, you may receive higher risk coverage through your state’s workers’ compensation pool or fund. This is often referred to as an assigned risk plan or assigned risk pool.

SFM provides coverage for employers in the Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Insurance Pool. We manage claims, conduct annual premium audits, help prevent injuries and collect payments for these policies. Tools and resources are available below to help you manage your policy. (Please note: Superior Point, a subsidiary of SFM, is the contract administrator of the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Assigned Risk Plan. If you have a policy through the Minnesota Assigned Risk Plan, please visit superiorpoint.com .)

Learn the basics

Reporting work injuries

Learn how to report injuries to SFM and get the claim off to a good start

Paying your premium

How to make a payment, forms of payment and the importance of paying on time

Preparing for your premium audit

What what a premium audit is, when it’s conducted and how to prepare for yours

Tools and resources

Report an injury
Complete
premium audit
Pay my bill
Download
certificates
Download &
order resources

Tools and resources

Report an injury
Complete
premium audit
Pay my bill
Download
certificates
Download &
order resources

Contact us

We’re here to help 

Reach out for assistance on your state workers’ comp program coverage.

Phone
(833) 949-4336

Fax
(800) 944-1169

Mailing address
P.O. Box 9406
Minneapolis, MN 55440