The Workers' Compensation Commission Clarifies Form 14B (Physician's Statement)


Collins & Lacy founding partner Stan Lacy interprets the Workers' Compensation Commission's clarification of the Form 14B, now often used in lieu of physician's statements on work-related injuries for employees. The South Carolina General Assembly facilitated several changes to workers' compensation with the Workers' Compensation Act of 2007, including the introduction of Form 14B.

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Published In: Personal Injury Updates, Worker’s Compensation Updates

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