California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
What is the statutory citation for the statute of limitations for filing a workers compensation? What starts the statute of limitations for "bad faith" against an insurance claims service like Chubb? and what is that statute's citation? Thank you Rich xxxxxxx
Is a first report of injury the same as filing with the W.C. Bureau for a disputed claim? W
What is the Statuteory Citation that says when a claim for compensation benefits for a work related injury must be filed?
Here in Michigan, an employee files a notice of injury, the employer then files a form with the state of the injury. No need to dispute the claim until the employer opposes paying workman's compensation benefits. At that point, the employee files a claim with the W.C. Bureau.
Good afternoon,As your question was posted in CA Employment Law category---I presumed that when no other state was mentioned, that you wanted CA law.Are you looking for California law, or Michigan law?Doug
CA law, please; I was just telling you Michigan's procedure to illustrate my question.
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