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What is the Time Frame for Filing a Claim?

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The injured worker has the right to file a claim on his or her own with the Board, but this must be done within two years from the date of the work accident.  To file a claim, the injured worker must complete and send to the Board an Application for Adjustment of Claim (Form 29109). If a claim is denied, the employer or the worker’s compensation insurance carrier must let the employee as well as the Board know through a written form called a Report of Claim Status/Request for Independent Medical Examination (Form 38911) within thirty days of the employer’s knowledge of the accident.

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