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The insurance company sent me forms to sign. Should I sign them?

The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has many forms that are used to make a record of the status of your claim. The majority of these forms are for use by employers and insurance carriers. Most Bureau forms are designed to be simple and straightforward. Unfortunately, if they are not completed correctly, an employee’s rights may be compromised by the use of the wrong phrase or date. If you get a form from the insurance company, please call us to make sure that you know what you are signing.

We are happy to review any form you get from the Bureau, your employer, or the workers’ compensation carrier.

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