In what is sure to be relief to almost everyone, the Division of Workers’ Compensation has repealed W.C.R.P. 5-11(B), which required adjusters to file a Final Payment Notice within 60 days after the claim has closed. Therefore, effective April 1, 2013, Final Payment Notices no longer are required to be filed.
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Division Repeals Requirement for Final Payment Notice
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