Electronic Adjudication Management System (EAMS)
EAMS is a computer-based case management system that simplified and improved the Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC) case management process.
EAMS better serves injured workers and employers by eliminating redundancy and creating efficiency in the workers' compensation court system. EAMS reduces environmental and physical stress associated with maintaining paper files and helps guide policy decisions to better distribute resources.
EAMS went live for internal users-DWC and Workers' Compensation Appeals Board employees at DWC administration and district offices-Aug. 25, 2008. The division is bringing external users-those who need to file forms and documents with the district offices and the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board Reconsideration Unit-into the full electronic system over time. More than 400 external user locations now file using e-forms. External users also now have access to case information on line and DWC launched a new bulk electronic filing service, JET File, on June 27, 2011.
EAMS for beginners
- Learning how to file in EAMS
- Lien filing and activation fees
- Training tools and links
- Frequently asked questions (FAQs) - Jan. 5, 2012
Working in EAMS
- For electronic filers
- OCR form filers
- Workers' compensation court public information case search
- Uniform assigned names database for claims administrator offices, representative offices and lien claimants
- EAMS and legacy case number lookup tool
- DWC, WCAB Update Forms to Identify Injuries Related to COVID-19
- DWC Announces Request for Information to Update EAMS