Basics of a Notice of Claim in a Worker's Compensation Case

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There is a statute of limitations which is very strict in workers compensation matters. If you do not agree with a notice that you receive you must find out how long you have to appeal. THIS SUMMARY is informational and is not the law. Anyone who needs representation in his or her case should contact Andrews Law at 480-699-0252 or info@andrewslawplc.com. You must also know your rights before you sign a Release, a Stipulation, or a Compromise and Settlement of your rights. If you do not agree, you can always request a hearing with the . However, there are time limits. If you miss this time limit, you may be without recourse. A NCS generally has a NINETY day protest period which is critical and must be followed.

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