Admission To Service And Answer To Application {WKC-19-DHA-E} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Wisconsin

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Admission To Service And Answer To Application {WKC-19-DHA-E} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Wisconsin

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Admission To Service And Answer To Application {WKC-19-DHA-E}

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State of Wisconsin\DIVISION OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS Brian Hayes, Administrator Office of Worker's Compensation Hearings P.O. Box 7922 Madison, WI 53707 Telephone: (608) 266-7709FAX: (608)266-0018Email: ADMISSION TO SERVICE AND ANSWER TO APPLICATION You are the RESPONDENT in this matter. Provision of your Social Security Number (SSN) is voluntary. Failure to provide it may result in an information processing delay. Personal information you provide may be used for secondary purposes [Privacy Law, s. 15.04 (1)(m), Wisconsin Statutes]. WC Claim Number Employee Name Employee Social Security Number Employer Name Date of Alleged Injury Employer Mailing Address Insurance Company Name Insurance Company Mailing Address Respondent Attorney Name Respondent Attorney Mailing Address The enclosed hearing application must be answered within 20 days by mailing a copy of the answer to the Office of Worker222s Compensation Hearings and to applicant222s attorney or applicant if unrepresented. Provide such responses as are now known and amend your responses later as necessary. The worker222s compensation insurer has a duty to defend and submit an answer on behalf of the employer except that the employer must defend and submit its own answer as to the following claims: (I) 15% increased compensation for safety violation, Wis. Stat. 102.57; (II) refusal to rehire, Wis. Stat. 102.35 (3); (III) penalty for late payment against employer, Wis. Stat. 102.22; (IV) penalty for illegal employment of minor, Wis. Stat. 102.60; and (V) bad faith against employer, Wis. Stat. 102.18 (1) (bp). Failure by the employer or insurer to file a timely answer may result in liability by default order. In answer to the application, using reverse side if additional space is necessary, the respondent states as follows: 1. The accident or occupational exposure occurred as alleged Admit Deny2. The relationship of employer and employee existed Admit Deny3. The parties were subject to the worker222s compensation act Admit Deny4. At the time of alleged injury, the employee was performing service growing out of and incidental to employment Admit Deny5. The accident or disease causing injury arose out of the alleged employment Admit Deny 6. Notice of injury was given to employer within 30 days/2 years of alleged injury Admit Deny 7. Applicant was temporarily disabled for the period claimed Admit Deny If denied, state disability admitted: 8. Applicant is permanently disabled to the extent claimed Admit Deny If denied, state disability admitted: 9. The rate of wage claimed is correct Admit Deny If denied, state wage admitted: and attach a fully updated WKC-13-A 10. The alleged employer was insured or self-insured under the Worker222s Compensation Act Admit Deny11. Do you contend that additional parties must be joined for a complete resolution of applicant222s claim? If 223yes,224 Admit Deny attach expert opinions supporting joinder and explain who should be joined and why. 12. Do you contend the employee was discharged or suspended for misconduct or substantial fault after being Admit Deny released to return to a restricted type of work during the healing period? 13. Do you contend that indemnity or death benefits were not paid because the employee violated the employer's Admit Deny policy on alcohol or drug use and the violation was causal to injury? 14. Describe any matters in dispute not already noted above and state all reasons for denying liability not already noted above. Insurance Carriers & Self-Insured Employers must attach an up-to-date WKC-13 and if wage is disputed, an up-to-date WKC-13-A. Respondent Signature: Date Signed: Printed Name: Title: Phone Number: ( ) - Representing: Insurance carrier and the insured interests of employer Insurance Carrier Employer WKC-19-DHA (R. 05/2018) American LegalNet, Inc.

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