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Workers’ Compensation - Detailed Claim Information (DCI)

Who Files

All insurers or other entities authorized to write workers’ compensation in Texas are required to file.

Due Date

The first report for any new claim is due six to nine months after the injury is reported to insurer. Subsequent reports are to be filed annually from the 6th month valuation date until the claim is closed, is reclassified as medical only (no longer has indemnity payment made or anticipated), or reaches the 12th reporting level, whichever comes first. Reports are submitted to TDI’s designated statistical agent, NCCI.


DCI collects data on workers' compensation claims. The information is used for research and medical cost containment purposes by the Division of Workers’ Compensation and the Workers’ Compensation Research and Evaluation Group.

Report Published from Data

TDI will publish reports on research studies periodically.


TIC §2053.151

Statistical Agent

For information related to statistical plans and reporting data, direct inquiries to NCCI, TDI’s designated statistical agent, customer service at 800-NCCI-123.

Statistical Plan

DCI data must adhere to the reporting requirements found in the Texas Detailed Claim Information Statistical Plan.

For more information, contact:

Last updated: 3/7/2024