WebFile


Click here to log into WebFile.

Welcome to WebFile, the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission's online portal to electronic records. WebFile allows certain roles to manage records and take care of key transactions online. Specific WebFile functions allow:

  • Claimants to view claim information and transaction history on a claim, verify which Claim Administrator is handling their claim, and file a Claim for Benefits and a Request for Hearing online (vs. on paper). Click here to register for Claimant WebFile access.

    Injured workers have a duty to disclose their current residential address to the Commission and to report any changes of address as they may occur. Failure by an injured worker to do so may adversely impact the injured worker's receipt of compensation benefits. Please call the Commission at 1-877-664-2566 for assistance with updating addresses.

  • Attorneys to note representation of parties and review the documents filed in all cases where their representation is noted. Attorneys can also file pleadings, correspondence and other documents in real-time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additionally, WebFile allows attorneys to view upcoming hearings and mediations as well as receive email notifications when filings are made in their represented cases.

    Attorneys must request WebFile access through their firm's WebFile Site Administrator. To register a firm's WebFile Site Administrator with the Commission, complete and submit an Attorney Registration Form to Webfile.Support@workcomp.virginia.gov.

  • Claim Administrators to view all claims that they are currently a party to in our system. Within these claim records they can view the information that we have listed in our system, and upload documents that pertain to the claim as well as complete web form versions of the 20 Day Order Response and Employer’s Application for Hearing.

    The Claim Administrator organization must be an approved trading partner with the Commission before WebFile access can be granted. Please see the Electronic Data Interchange - Quality Assurance page for more information regarding becoming a trading partner with the Commission.

    Claim Administrators must request WebFile access through their organization's WebFile Site Administrator. To register a Claim Administrator's WebFile Site Administrator with the Commission, an email must be sent to WebFile Support listing the name of the organization, the name of the designated Site Administrator, and all FEINs used by the organization to file claims.

  • PEOs to register in Virginia and to perform all filing requirements due to the Commission. A PEO must be registered prior to providing PEO services in Virginia. A PEO is required to timely file via WebFile all client registrations, workers’ compensation insurance, client terminations and to annually report.

    To request access to WebFile, PEOs must complete the PEO WebFile Access Request Form and submit it to vapeo@workcomp.virginia.gov.

  • GSIAs to register and perform all filing requirements due to the Commission for GSIA's. Filing requirements include registering as a GSIA, registering members, registering workers’ compensation insurance and insurance information and annually reporting.

    To request WebFile access GSIA's must send an e-mail to pocsupport@workcomp.virginia.gov. A GSIA may request WebFile access for up to two users. Please note when requesting user access that all users that obtain access will receive all notices generated by the Commission for that GSIA.

 

WebFile Support

WebFile users should only contact WebFile Support for questions pertaining directly to WebFile accounts, transactions, and errors. Other inquiries, such as general questions about claims, filings, and workers' compensation issues, should be addressed by calling the Commission at 1-877-664-2566 or emailing Questions@workcomp.virginia.gov.

Web Browser Technical Requirements

We recognize that our users may have various Internet Browsers and Operating Systems or devices. We like our visitors to have the best possible experience when using our applications. The Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission recommends Google Chrome for best results or any other modern web browsers with HTML5 and CSS3 compatibility.

NOTE: If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer and still encounter problems, please verify that your browser is not operating in Compatibility Mode. For instructions on how to disable Compatibility Mode, Click Here.