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With Work Comp Campus, attorneys have access to a streamlined process to submit filings, have real-time access to the complete, accurate and up-to-date Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) file and are able to manage calendars for proceedings at DLI and the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals.

Benefits for law firms

  • Access a complete, accurate and up-to-date DLI file online, without needing to come to DLI for a physical file.

  • File documents with DLI in a streamlined and efficient manner.

  • File a Notice of Appearance to access your client's Campus claim file.

  • Electronically notify your clients and other parties of the filings made to disputes at the DLI Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) unit.

  • Provide schedule availability for ADR mediations and conferences.

  • Receive notices of events from ADR.

  • Dispute a claim with medical or rehabilitation request to ADR through Campus (or with a claim petition filed through C-Track).

Impacts to law firms

  • Create a Campus account to interact with DLI, which is separate from your C-Track account.

  • Organizations can manage their users and claims through a secure Campus account.

  • No more paper filings to DLI.

  • Communicate policies, statutes and rules to your clients in a more transparent process, minimizing risks and costs to your clients.

  • Easily access complete, accurate and up-to-date DLI files, allowing you to better represent your client in disputes and settlements.

News for law firms

Join the Campus Answer Hours for Law Firms

We're hosting Campus Answer Hour sessions for Law Firms and you are invited. Campus Answer Hours are scheduled virtual question and answer sessions about Work Comp Campus, DLI's new workers' compensation claims portal. Campus Answer Hour sessions provide opportunities for you to ask questions and get information about Campus.

Schedule, how to join

  1. Download the calendar invitation below for a Campus Answer Hour to your calendar:

    • There are currently no sessions scheduled.

      Downloading help:  Click the link above; click on the downloaded .ics file; find and open the tentative meeting on your calendar; click accept.)

  2. Invite your colleagues.

  3. Gather your questions about Campus. If you'd like, submit your questions ahead of time by email to

  4. At the time of the event, join via Webex (link and login information is contained in the calendar invitation).

  5. Join the dialogue with Campus experts and other employers by asking questions about Campus.

Available presentations from past Campus Answer Hour sessions

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