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Tiger Claims Management

We are one of the leading Third-Party Claims Administrators in California. We offer a wide range of high quality services to manage all Workers’ Compensation Claims. Our staff is focused on partnering with our clients to effectively manage the claims process and reduce overall program costs.

Our Services

Proactive Claims Administration

Bill Review

Litigation Management 

Employee Training

Manged Care

Medical Care Provider Network

Employee Advocacy

Medical treatment disputes for all dates of injury are resolved by physicians through an efficient process known as Independent Medical Review (IMR).  If utilization review denies, delays or modifies a treating physician’s request for medical treatment because the treatment is not medically necessary, the injured employee can ask for a review of that decision through IMR. The assigned physician reviewer will review relevant medical records and apply recognized treatment guidelines to determine if the requested medical treatment is appropriate for the injured worker’s condition. The IMR process must be completed within 30 days of receipt of all documentation.

The costs of IMR are paid by employers who are required by law to provide injured employees with all medical treatment that is reasonable and necessary to cure or relieve the effects of a work-related injury. The DWC is required to contract with one or more independent medical review organizations (IMROs) to conduct IMR on its behalf.

If IMR denies the proposed treatment and the treatment is provided anyway, then the rendering provider is not entitled to payment under the CA Workers’ Compensation system.

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