Administering Idaho's Workers' Compensation Law

Reciprocity Agreements

Colorado (top)

    Colorado repealed the extraterritorial provision of its' workers' compensation law and now requires that all out-of-state employers performing work in Colorado obtain a Colorado workers' compensation insurance policy.

    Montana (top)

    Effective April 21, 1993, Montana’s law was amended to exclude Idaho employers in the construction industry from the extraterritorial provisions of their law. These employers are required to obtain a Montana workers' compensation insurance policy. A new reciprocity agreement between Idaho and Montana went into effect on May 29, 2001. Under the new agreement, Montana will approve extraterritorial coverage for Idaho employers (except construction) working temporarily in Montana for a period of six (6) months. Extraterritorial coverage for Montana based employers working temporarily in Idaho is approved for a period of six (6) months.

    Nevada (top)

    Extraterritorial coverage for out-of-state employers working temporarily in Nevada is approved for a period of six months with the exception of employers in the construction industry. Effective October 1, 1993 out-of-state employers in the construction industry must purchase Nevada workers' compensation insurance coverage for the period of time that they operate in Nevada. Extraterritorial coverage for Nevada employers working temporarily in Idaho is approved for a period of six months.

    North Dakota (top)

    North Dakota will accept a certificate of extraterritorial coverage for a period of six months for an Idaho employer working temporarily in North Dakota. Extraterritorial coverage for North Dakota employers working temporarily in Idaho is approved for a period of six months.

    Oregon (top)

    Oregon will accept a certificate of extraterritorial coverage for a period of six months for an Idaho employer working temporarily in Oregon. The provision in Oregon’s law which required out-of-state employers working on a public works contract in Oregon to carry Oregon workers’ compensation insurance was deleted effective May 22, 2001. Extraterritorial coverage for Oregon employers working temporarily in Idaho is approved for a period of six months.

    Utah (top)

    The State of Utah approves extraterritorial coverage for out-of-state employers working temporarily in Utah for a period of six months. Extraterritorial coverage for Utah employers working temporarily in Idaho is approved for a period of six months.

    Washington (top)

    The State of Washington will accept an extraterritorial certificate for an Idaho employer on a continuous basis as long as the employer maintains continuous Idaho workers' compensation insurance coverage. The same is true for Washington employers working temporarily in Idaho.

    Wyoming (top)

    Extraterritorial coverage for Idaho employers working temporarily in Wyoming is approved for a period of six months. The same is true for Wyoming employers working temporarily in Idaho.