Workers' Compensation


The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services' Workers' Compensation program can help you find information about reporting an injury in the workplace, disability benefits and other related subjects. In addition, the program offers:

  • Administrative and Fiscal Services
  • Business Analyst Services
  • Case Support Services
  • Claims
  • Internal Audit and Compliance Services
  • Training Services

Questions About Workers' Compensation? 

Call (307) 777-5476 or email for more information.

Injury Reporting - Claims

Need to report an injury? File online or fill out the Wyoming Report of Injury form​. Download this form and complete in its entirety. We encourage the injured worker and employer to work together when completing the form. Mail to:

Workers' Compensation Division
P.O. Box 20207
Cheyenne, WY 82003

Interactive Voice Response System

Interactive Voice Response System is available to employers, injured workers and healthcare providers to obtain case and billing information. Access this system at any time by calling (800) 870-8883 or (307) 777-7441. Or, you can use the PIERS system:

PIERS System
Attention! The PIERS system is down until further notice due to system upgrades. We apologize for the inconvenience.

PIERSAccess case and billing information for providers, injured workers or employers by computer using the PIERS system. Select from the list below:

An employer PIERS Administrator Account allows the individual to download the Loss Run Reports for the employer. The individual must build their personal PROFILE and fax the Request for PIERS Administrator Form to Risk Management at (307) 777-3646.

Fraud Hotline

Visit our Fraud Hotline page to report fraud of any kind.

Rules and Regulations

The rules and regulations can be accessed through the Secretary of State website. In the Search Form, please make the following selections:

  • Agency: Workforce Services, Dept of
  • Program: Workers' Compensation Division
  • Rule Type: (All Rule Types)

Spine Study

Wyoming Spine Study Web Site 
Wyoming 2011 Spine Study Report