The city tracks, reports and acts on data associated with claims in order to improve accident and error prevention methods, and manage costs. The information on this page is for fiscal year 2020, beginning July 1, 2019, and ending June 30, 2020. Reports are updated annually after the close of the fiscal year. Questions? Contact the City Attorney's office at (928) 204-7200.
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Cost of claims by department
Number of claims by policy type
The EMOD -- the experience modification rating -- is assigned to a company or organization by the National Council on Compensation Insurance. It is a numerical expression of the organization's accident and injury record compared with the average for the organization's industry. The EMOD increases after workplace injury claims are filed by the organization. The higher the EMOD, the more the company pays for workers’ compensation insurance. An employer with an average claims history will have a 1.00 EMOD; employers with better or worse histories will see their rating decrease or increase respectively.