• 1991-2021
    LASIE – The Right Stuff
    Celebrating 30 Years of Self Insurance

  • LASIE the "Voice of the Self-Insured Industry."

  • LASIE represents all lines of self-insurance, including workers' compensation, health, auto, general liability, property and casualty, marine, and fiduciary liability.
  • Originally formed in 1991 to promote and protect the right of businesses to self-insure, LASIE's services and mission have expanded over the years based upon the ever-changing insurance and regulatory landscapes and the needs of our members.

  • Take advantage of LASIE benefits and become a member!
  • LASIE offers two certifications: Certified Medicare Secondary Payer Professional Program (CMSP/ CMSP-F) and Certified Workers' Compensation Professional Program.

  • LASIE is the legislative and regulatory watchdog to protect against laws that would adversely affect all lines of self-insurance.
  • Continuing Education Opportunities at all LASIE events for CLE, P&C, L&H, Adjusters, WC Adjusters, State Nursing, CCM, CRC, SHRM, HRCI, CWCP & CMSP.


Join us for our 30th Anniversary Conference  -  2021 LASIE - The Right Stuff

The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans
November 3-5, 2021


Our Mission

To unify for the promotion and protection of self-insurance as a right and to serve as a resource for leadership in the industry.


The Louisiana Association of Self Insured Employers (LASIE) was formed in 1991 to promote and protect the right of businesses to self-insure. The organization serves as a spokesman at the state level on issues affecting self-insurers and workers' compensation, acts as a statewide information service and educational forum for Louisiana employers.


  • Financially responsible employers should have the privilege of self-insuring

  • Compensation programs should be administered fairly and responsibly

  • Workers injured within the scope of their employment should receive adequate compensation and appropriate medical care

  • Disputed claims should be adjudicated promptly and impartially

  • The cost of providing compensation by the employer should be given proper economic consideration whenever compensation laws are considered.

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