As you may already know, the WCAB’s EAMS sub-webpage allows you to search for the new ADJ numbers or the official address for a claims administrator or representative.
- Legacy WCAB to ADJ numbers, visa versa
- Search for “Claims Administrators’ Offices“
- Search for “Representatives’ Offices“
Using the same data, I’ve written my own search engines that, to be blunt, work better. You can find these two new search engines on the calculators page. They are named “WCAB ←→ ADJ” and “EAMS Registered Offices”.
Later this week I’ll post about “why” and “how” I’ve developed these two new “calculators.” For now, I’ll just talk about why you’re going to want to join this site (for free!) and bookmark the calculators page.
- User Friendly. Search engines shouldn’t need pages of documentation. One search box is all you really need.
- Easier. My search engines aren’t picky. Enter “OAK0123456, OAK 0123456, OAK123456, OAK 000123456” and you’ll get “ADJ522195, ADJ522195, ADJ522195, ADJ522195.” The EAMS page requires you enter the WCAB or ADJ number with no spaces and exactly 10 characters.
- More powerful. Search the Claims Administrators’ Offices and Representatives’ Offices database or unlimited ADJ and WCAB numbers simultaneously.
- Faster searches. You can search for 50 WCAB and ADJ numbers on my site in the time it takes you to search for one at the EAMS page.
- Better results. Although I use the same information as the WCAB search engines, I’ve designed my calculators to apply your search query to more of the information. The result is better search hits.
- One page to rule them all. Both new search engines are built into the same page as the rest of my calculators. No need to poke around the WCAB-EAMS website. Bookmark one page and have all of the latest EAMS information right at your fingertips.