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Revised Form: Request for Transcript (H50) fillable PDF is updated on our Forms and Instructions page. The revision includes additional instructions about requesting a transcript from WCC Court Reporters. The form instructions must be followed precisely.

New materials are posted to the Medical Fee Guide Info page for calendar year 2018.

Vocational Rehabilitation dispute procedures in September 2017 Notices.

Per Appeals Rules effective July 1, 2015, a transcript of the proceedings shall be produced for all appeals, whether on the record or de novo, paid for by the appealing party and will be made available to all parties electronically in the same manner as other Commission documents. More detail in February 2017 Notices .

An employer that fails to secure compensation (workers’ compensation insurance) for all covered employees may be subject to a penalty not to exceed $10,000. More details. A county or incorporated municipality may elect to have the provisions of the death benefits law, specifically LE 9-683.1 through 9-683.5, apply to their public safety presumption employees. Get more information here.

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