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Supplemental Report Of Injury DWC-6 - Texas

Supplemental Report Of Injury Form. This is a Texas form and can be used in Employer Workers Compensation .
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CLAIM # Carrier # SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT OF INJURY Part I EMPLOYER INFORMATION 2. Employer phone # 1. Employer business name 3. Employer mailing address 4. Insurance carrier name 5. Does the employer have return to work (RTW) opportunities available based on the injured worker's current capabilities? yes If so, identify contact person and phone # 6. Has the insurance carrier provided RTW coordination services within the past 12 months? yes 7. Has the employer requested RTW training from DWC or the insurance carrier? 8. Has the insurance carrier provided accident prevention services in the past 12 months? 9. Has the employer requested accident prevention services from the insurance carrier? yes yes yes Date Date no no no no no Part II 10. REASON FOR FILING THIS REPORT (deadlines vary, see instructions) a. The injured worker returned to work in either a full or limited capacity: File this report within 3 days. b. The injured worker is earning more or less than the pre-injury wage because of the injury: File within 10 days. c. The injured worker returned, then later had additional lost time or reduced wages as a result of the injury: File within 3 days. d. The injured worker resigned or was terminated from employment: File within 10 days. Part III INJURED WORKER INFORMATION 12. SSN 13. DOI 11. Injured worker name 14. Injured worker mailing address and phone # 15. First day of lost time or reduced wages for this injury (mm/dd/yyyy) 16. First day of additional lost time or reduced wages (mm/dd/yyyy) yes no 17, Has the injured worker experienced 8 days (cumulative) of lost time or reduced wages as a result of the injury? If yes, the date of the 8 day (mm/dd/yyyy) 18. Date of most recent RTW Full duty, full pay Limited duty, full pay Limited duty, reduced pay 19. Has the injured worker resigned, been terminated or died? date of resignation date of termination th yes date of death no 19a. Reason for resignation/termination 19b. Was the injured worker on limited duty when terminated? yes no 20. Hours the injured worker was working during the pay period of to Indicated hours are: Increase from pre-injury Same as pre-injury Decrease from pre-injury : hours per week 21. Weekly/hourly earnings for the pay period of to :$ Indicated wages are: Increase from pre-injury wage Same a pre-injury wage Decrease from pre-injury wage weekly or $ This form to be filed with: The employer's insurance carrier and the injured worker in the timeframe as noted in Part II. 22. To the best of my knowledge the information provided in this report is accurate and may be relied upon for evaluation of eligibility for benefits. Submitted by: Employer Injured Worker (If no longer working for the employer where injury occurred.) Signature and Title of person completing this form Date DWC FORM-6 (Rev. 10/05) Page 1 DIVISION OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com DWC FORM-6 Supplemental Report of Injury DWC requires the reporting of all Return to Work and Post-Injury Change of Earnings. An injured worker is entitled to temporary income benefits if he/she has disability (defined as the inability to work, or the inability to earn wages equivalent to pre-injury wages, as a result of the injury) and has not reached maximum medical improvement (defined as having reached 104 weeks from the eighth day of lost time or when a doctor certifies that no further recovery can be reasonably anticipated). The insurance carrier shall adjust the weekly amount of temporary income benefits paid to the injured worker to match the fluctuations in weekly earnings after the injury. To ensure the insurance carrier has accurate information to calculate benefits, the DWC FORM-6 is to be completed as applicable: By EMPLOYER The EMPLOYER means the employer for whom the injured worker was working when the injury occurred. If the employer is the current employer, then you are responsible to provide information to the workers' compensation insurance carrier about: · The existence of earnings, and · The amount of any earnings, or · Any offers of employment. Include CLAIM and insurance carrier numbers in right upper hand corner. Complete items 1-21, sign and date. By INJURED WORKER If you (the INJURED WORKER) are no longer employed by the employer where the injury/illness occurred, then you are responsible to provide information to the workers' compensation insurance carrier about: · The existence of earnings, and · The amount of any earnings, or · Any offers of employment. This form may be used to do so. Include CLAIM and insurance carrier numbers in right upper hand corner. Complete items 1-4, 10-21, sign and date. If you are employed by a new employer after the injury; and · You are receiving benefits, you must tell the insurance carrier if your wages change, regardless of whether your income went up or down; or You are not receiving benefits, you must tell the insurance carrier if the injury causes you to miss work or lose income. The EMPLOYER must file this form: · For a worker's injury/illness that occurs after January 1, 1991 and required the previous filing of a DWC FORM-1, Employer's First Report of Injury; and · During the time the injured worker is entitled to temporary income benefits (TIBs); and · Until the injured worker: Reaches maximum medical improvement (MMI), or Is no longer employed by the employer. · This report must be filed in the following situations within the timeframes indicated: · 3 days after the injured worker begins to lose time from work as a result of the injury, if lost time did not occur immediately following the injury; · 3 days after the injured worker returns to work; · 3 days, when the injured worker returned to work, then later has additional day(s) of lost time as a result of the injury; · 10 days after the end of each pay period in which the injured worker has a change in earnings as a result of the injury; · 10 days after the injured worker resigns or is terminated. While most of the sections on this form are self-explanatory, please note that the pay periods requested in sections 20 & 21 may be different depending on the situation for which the form is being filed: · If the report is indicating lost time from work or the end of employment, the pay period shall be the most recent pay period prior to the lost time. · If the report is indicating return to work or a change in earnings, the pay period shall be the pay period the injured worker is beginning. This form is to be filed by f
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