ALICAP is happy to announce the new Work Comp Claims feature: "Clinical Consultation" or "Nurse Line"! This feature is available to all ALICAP members 24/7 beginning September 1, 2022.
This new service will help streamline the work comp reporting process. If a school employee gets injured, he or she along with their supervisor can call this toll free number for assistance determining the appropriate course of care.
Call toll free 1.855.364.9865
Download a printable information sheet here .
Your Friends at ALICAP
“From insurance coverage to customer service to the SafeSchools online safety training for our employees. It's nearly impossible to recommend anything but ALICAP.”
Superintendent at Falls City Public Schools
“The Ralston Public Schools greatly values the prompt and courteous work from the adjustors at ALICAP. Unfortunately we have had to file a few auto claims in the last few months and each time the staff at ALICAP has been prompt, courteous and understanding. ALICAP has exceeded our expectations at every turn.”
Administrator at Ralston Public Schools
“ALICAP provides quality service and coverage at a competitive price. More importantly, they are intentional about offering programs and practices that evidence their commitment to ‘investing in the client’. Promoting a safe work environment and providing the tools to assist school districts in making that a reality is just one example of their investment in the client. ALICAP scope of services, claims handling, responsiveness to questions, and quality of staff are the reasons we are a continuing client.”
Former Superintendent at Arlington Public Schools
“Whether it's been a water damaged classroom, a wind-sheared soccer goal, or a gym floor fiasco, ALICAP has been there for us. In catastrophic claims like bus accidents and natural disasters or small situations like those described, you're covered with ALICAP. It's been a huge reassurance to our district, our Board and leadership team. ALICAP offers instrumental assistance to districts in maintaining strong operations to serve students.”
Former Superintendent of Norris School District 160