Established in 1978, the County Road Association Self Insurance Fund, CRASIF, is a group of 69 county road commissions who have joined together to provide workers compensation insurance for over 3,500 employees.
The CRASIF Advantage
Our mission is to reduce the potential for employee injury and to provide a comprehensive disability management program for employees eligible for workers' compensation.
CRASIF Core Values
latest news from crasif:
Former CRASIF Administrator Passes Away
- July 23, 2019
Duncan “Mack” Rabourn, former CRASIF Administrator for 25 years, died on July 12 at the age of 78. He was a former employee of the Muskegon County Road Commission and was elected to the first Board of Trustees in 1978. He became the CRASIF Administrator in 1986 and retired on January 1, 2011. Mack was instrumental in starting both the County Road Association Self-Insurance Fund (CRASIF), a workers’ compensation self-insured group fund for road commissions, and, the Michigan County Road Commission Self-Insurance Pool (MCRCSIP), a property/casualty pool for road commissions. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends.
A Call for Board of Trustee Candidates
- June 3, 2019
Chair Mary Sholander announced today that the Board is beginning it’s annual process of filling three seats on the board. A letter is being sent out to all road commissions and their commissioners detailing the duty and responsibilities of being a trustee, and, the steps for seeking election.
2019-20 1st Quarter Premium Deposit Invoices Now Available!
- June 3, 2019
Members can find their 1st quarter premium deposit invoices in their Premium Invoices folder accessed through the member portal. Please send the payment to the lock-box by JUNE 21, 2019.
Board Approves $2 Million Dividend
- April 4, 2019
The Board of Trustees approved at its March 12th meeting a $2 million dollar dividend to be distributed to members. This will be the largest dividend given in the last 5 years. Total dividends distributed since the inception of the Fund will now total $85 million dollars. The dividend distribution needs to be approved by the State of Michigan Workers’ Compensation Agency.