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Request For Assistance By Injured Worker {RFA-1W}

This is a New York form that can be used for Workers Compensation.

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This form and any attachments must be mailed, faxed or emailed to the Workers' Compensation Board.RFA-1W (4-17)Compensation Payments: a. I am not working as of I have filed a claim for a work related injury. My claim has not been denied. I have not received a decision barring me from compensation. I have attempted to resolve the issue with the insurer. My employer is not paying my wages. and not receiving payments. Medical documentation indicating disability required.Check all that apply:Reason for this Request - Instructions: Check all boxes that apply. Be sure to attach additional forms, medical reports, letters, etc. as required for each checkbox. If the additional information was already submitted do not attach it, but try to identify it in the space at the bottom of this form** by giving the form number or title and the date it was submitted to the Board. Sign and date the form below. d. I am making less money than I was before I got hurt. Attach current pay stub and medical reports from your doctor.Attach weekly gross pay before your injury and statement from second employer regarding lost time. e. I had two or more employers on the date of accident/injury (concurrent employment). g. I have not been paid as directed in the decision filed onMedical Issues: h. My request for medical treatment was denied or has not been addressed. Attach denial letter. i. My disability is now permanent. Attach medical Form C-4.3, Doctor's Report of MMI/Permanent Impairment. j. My medical condition has changed. Attach medical forms. k. My request for medical and transportation reimbursement was denied or has not been addressed. Attach receipts and Form C-257.Other Issues: l. I have new information and/or information requested by the Board regarding (Attach documents):Claim Information - ALL COMMUNICATION SHOULD INCLUDE THESE NUMBERS Date of Injury/Illness: WCB Case #: Social Security #:Injured Worker Information Last Name: First Name: MI: Daytime phone #: Mailing Address: Line 2: City: State: Zip Code: Country: Email Address:Gender: Date of Birth: Male Female Check if new addressEmployer Information Employer Name: Mailing Address: Line 2: City: Employer Phone: State: Zip Code: Country: SSN EINThe Tax ID # is the (check one): Federal Tax ID #: b. My payments have been stopped or reduced. at full pay. c. I have returned to work as of and am not receiving payments. f. I was released from incarceration onAttach medical report that shows a medical disability and release from custody papers. REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE BY INJURED WORKER This form is not to be used to report an injury. To file a claim, use Form C-3. m. Other (Explain in the space provided below): **Document reference information (date, name/title, form ID): Injured Worker Signature: Date: Check this box if you were under 25 years of age at time of accident. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Notification Pursuant to the New York Personal Privacy Protection Law (Public Officers Law Article 6-A) and the Federal Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 247 552a). The Workers' Compensation Board's (Board222s) authority to request that injured worker's provide personal information, including their social security number, is derived from the Board222s investigatory authority under Workers' Compensation Law (WCL) 247 20, and its administrative authority under WCL 247 142. This information is collected to assist the Board in investigating and administering claims in the most expedient manner possible and to help it maintain accurate claim records. Providing your social security number to the Board is voluntary. There is no penalty for failure to provide your social security number on this form; it will not result in a denial of your claim or a reduction in benefits. The Board will protect the confidentiality of all personal information in its possession, disclosing it only in furtherance of its official duties and in accordance with applicable state and federal law.RFA-1W (4-17) ReverseTo the Injured Worker - General Information On Using This FormYou may file this form (RFA-1W) and any attachments with the Workers' Compensation Board when you want the Board to take a specific action in your claim, or if you need to alert the Board to any problem or situation that is affecting your claim. Many of the most frequently requested actions/situations are listed as either compensation payment issues (items a through g), or medical issues (items h through k), but you are not limited to those listed. Check all that apply and/or add additional information or explanation in the space provided (l or m). Complete the identifying information at the top of Form RFA-1W and send the form, WITH ALL APPLICABLE INFORMATION ATTACHED*, to: Workers' Compensation Board PO Box 5205 Binghamton, NY 13902-5205 Address for Email Filing: wcbclaimsfiling@wcb.ny.gov Statewide Fax Line: (877) 533-0337 The Board will contact you and all parties when it takes action on your claim. *After each check box you will see the information needed in bold letters. For example, if you are letting the Board know that your disability is now permanent (box i), the information required is Form C-4.3, Doctor's Report of MMI/Permanent Impairment. YOU MUST SEND A COPY OF THIS FORM TO THE INSURER(S), OR DIRECTLY TO THE EMPLOYER OR ITS THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATOR IF THE EMPLOYER IS SELF-INSURED. If you have any other concerns, you may contact the Board's ADVOCATE FOR INJURED WORKERS at (800) 580-6665. Additional information about other Board services may be obtained at the Board's website: www.wcb.ny.gov. If you would like to follow your claim on-line, you can register for eCase using the registration instructions available on the Board's website under the eCase link. You have the right to legal representation. A lawyer cannot charge you directly for representation in a workers' compensation claim. If there is an award in your claim, any legal fee request must be approved by the Board and will be deducted from the award to you by the insurer and paid directly to the lawyer. ANY PERSON WHO KNOWINGLY AND WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD PRESENTS, CAUSES TO BE PRESENTED, OR PREPARES WITH KNOWLEDGE OR BELIEF THAT IT WILL BE PRESENTED TO, OR BY AN INSURER, OR SELF INSURER, ANY INFORMATION CONTAINING ANY FALSE MATERIAL STATEMENT OR CONCEALS ANY MATERIAL FACT SHALL BE GUILTY OF A CRIME AND SUBJECT TO SUBSTANTIAL FINES AND IMPRISONMENT. Medical Treatment - In addition to medical services of less than $1000.00 in value, most medical services covered by the Medical Treatment Guidelines (regardless of the cost) do not require medical authorization. For these types of services, the Health Provider may provide treatment and bill the insurer. If there is no response within 45 days of receipt of the bill, the Health Provider may file for an administrative award on Form HP-1. Certain treatments covered within the Medical Treatment Guidelines, such as complex surgical procedures, do require prior authorization. In addition to these treatment types, when medical services are $1000.00 or more in value and fall outside the Medical Treatment Guidelines, the Health Provider is to contact the insurer or self-insured employer for authorization. The Health Provider must also file Form C-4AUTH with the insurer or self-insured employer and the Board. If denying Medical Treatment Guideline services or medical services of $1000.00 or more in value, the insurer or self-insured employer is required to file Form C-8.1A and provide conflicting medical evidence. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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