“The MSIA organization has played a critical role in helping to establish a favorable workers’ compensation system for employers in Michigan. Through the years, the MSIA members have spent many hours working with the Workers’ Compensation Agency and educating the legislature to initiate favorable changes in the law to make Michigan more attractive for employers to bring jobs to this state. The MSIA publishes an informative newsletter that enlightens employers of the changes in the legislative and judicial process as well as organizing informative seminars. Board members are open to suggestions of their membership to changes. A membership in the MSIA is important for the employer to have, so they can keep up to date on changes in the law and an opportunity for the employers to become involved.” Donald F. Ducey, founding member of Conklin Benham, P.C. and MSIA member for 50+ years
How to Join MSIA
Questions regarding membership can be directed to our office at 517.267.3901 or email@example.com.
Representatives of member companies are workers’ compensation professionals specializing in administration, case management, litigation, medical services and rehabilitation. Members benefit from each other’s experience. Employers are quickly and accurately informed of issues affecting workers’ compensation through this website as well as MSIA’s communication and education activities. In addition, the Association is an active participant in the legislative process and an active participant in the judicial process, in support of employer’s interests. The MSIA membership year runs from September 1- August 31. There are two types of membership; Active and Associate.
Membership Dues Payment
Pay your membership fee online by clicking here: Online Membership Registration. Please make sure you still print and complete the membership application and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer, you can also mail the membership application to the address above via US Mail.
**Please direct any membership questions to email@example.com.
Active Membership (Sept. 1 – Aug. 31) is limited to public and private employers who individually, or through a group, self-insure workers’ compensation coverage. Additionally, insured employers with “high deductible” as determined by the Board of Managers are eligible for membership.
1) Employer dues are based upon the number of employees at Michigan facilities, according to the following table:
|# of Company Employees||Annual Dues||# of Company Employees||Annual Dues|
|2,001-3,500||$350||25,001 and over||$650|
2) Tax-supported Governmental Entity – $150
3) Group Self-Insured Funds – $200
Associate Membership (Sept. 1 – Aug. 31) applies to attorneys, administrative and service organizations which represent self-insured employers and individuals, whose interests are compatible with those of self-insured employers.
- Attorneys – $100 per attorney
- Other Organizations and Insured Employers – $325