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October 2006 NOTICES

 

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The Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission is closed Monday, October 9, 2006 in observance of Columbus Day.

October 26The MD WCC 2007 Commission (Open) Meetings Schedule is posted to the Schedules: Hearing & Meeting page (link).
October 10

The Workers’ Compensation Commission welcomes Commissioner Jeffrey C. Herwig, appointed on February 17, 2006 to a 12-year term by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. and approved by the full Senate on March 24, 2006.  Commissioner Herwig began his service to the Commission and citizens of Maryland on July 1, 2006.  A brief history is provided via this link.

The Medical Fee Guide Revision Committee will meet from 2- 4 p.m. on Tuesday, October 24, 2006.  The meeting is scheduled at the MD WCC,  Hearing Room 447 (4th floor), 10 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore MD, 21202.  This meeting is open to the public.  The agenda includes COLA (cost of living allowance) increases.

All mailings or filings must be sent to the Commission at its offices via the official and posted address.  The MD WCC does not receive nor process items mailed to our Regional Hearing sites.  Items sent to our regional sites are not guaranteed receipt nor WCC processing.  These sites are staffed during hearings and offer no MD WCC mail or processing services.  The United States Postal Service will deliver mail sent to any valid street address, the addressee is not consulted nor validated for delivery.  Our address and contact information is posted to our "Contact Information" page (link) - Workers' Compensation Commission, 10 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202.  This address is included on all forms, materials and documentation created or dispatched by the Commission as well as all other official State forms, documents and web-based information.