The Workers’ Compensation Commission is pleased to announce its newest Commissioner, A. Frank Carven, III. Appointed to a 12-year term by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Commissioner Carven began his tenure with the Commission on April 26, 2004. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION & BIO
The Workers’ Compensation Commission announces the departure of Commissioner Patricia Adams.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND OUR EXPRESSION OF APPRECIATION.
|The Commission and State Offices are closed Monday, May 31, 2004 in observance of Memorial Day and open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 1, 2004.|
|May 20||The Commission is proud to announce the opening of its new Eastern (Shore) Maryland Regional Hearing Site in Cambridge, Maryland. Beginning June 9, 2004, the Commission will no longer utilize the location at the Cambridge Holiday Inn Express. The address of new site is 828 Airpax Road, Suite 400, Cambridge, MD 21613 (Blackwater Corporate Center). A map and directions are posted HERE for future need and reference (this site is not active prior to 06/09/04). Please note our regional hearing sites are not open before 9:00 a.m.|
|May 13||The Workers’ Compensation Commission held an open meeting to withdraw regulations amended under COMAR 14.09.02
(Governmental Group Self-Insurance Regulations) on March 11, 2004. The proposed regulations were withdrawn and the notice published in the April 30, 2004 Maryland Register.|
|Revised map & directions to the WCC Central Regional Hearing Site in Beltsville are posted in Adjudication/Claims > Hearing Site Location to reflect recent signage additions at the location.|
|The MD WCC Attorney Registration/Information Change form has been updated. See Adjudication/Claims > WCC Forms for the updated forms.|
Workers' Compensation Appeals is Updated.|
|Repeat - FORM (A-25) Authorization For Release of Medical Information has been updated by the Commission and is posted in Adjudication/Claims > WCC Forms. This form is in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act. Please discard any obsolete forms in your possession.|