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Example of a Notice of Hearing from the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board

Did you get a Notice like this in the mail?  

It is a Notice of Hearing.  

A "Hearing" is a court date.  It is usually scheduled when one of the attorneys files for a time in front of a judge, so the parties can "meet and confer" or talk about a case. 


Sometimes the hearing will proceed to trial (have another court date) or be continued to a future date if the parties cannot settle their dispute at the first hearing.  

Sometimes it can be because your attorney requested temporary disability benefits and there was no response from the insurance company, or you want to change your doctor (primary treating physician - PTP), but you do not have an authorization letter.  

You have to be available on the date and time, so your attorney can talk to you.  Call our office at 831-753-9127 if you have a hearing and you do not know why.  

We help our clients and talk to you on your court date.  We request a certified interpreter be available to interpret for those who need it.  

Redula & Redula LLP helps injured workers who live and work in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties.  We help injured workers apply for workers’ compensation benefits after work injuries - specific injuries, cumulative trauma (repetitive work injuries), psychiatric injuries, death benefits cases, subsequent injuries benefits trust fund cases (SIBTF), slip and falls, carpal tunnel syndrome.    


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