What’s the Deal with All the Workers’ Comp Forms?

There is no shortage of forms on file with the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission. In fact, there are forty-two (42) forms on file. Many times employers present injured workers with forms to sign. Do they have to sign it? Do they understand what they are signing? Have they been provided with all the pages that go along with the form? How does signing a form effect their claim?

For example, employers usually provide the employee with a Form-N, which gives the employer notice of an injury. Employees should always provide notice of any injury to their employer, but they should keep a copy of any forms that they sign for their records. Not only does the second page provide important information, but it is deemed so important that the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission requires that the workers’ compensation insurance company prove that they provided the injured worker with both pages of this document.

We understand that these forms can be confusing. Often times injured workers’ need assistance in determining if the forms that are being provided to them are necessary and if they might have a negative impact on their claim. A Rainwater, Holt & Sexton workers’ compensation attorney can help you to navigate these forms and make sure that all of your rights are protected.

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