The option for eNotice is located on the USER PROFILE page for each eligible subscriber. As with all Profile updates, the "Submit" button must be selected after a Notice Delivery status change. The Notice Delivery status can be reset by the subscriber at any time. All notices are generated and dispatched, both printed and electronic, by WCC overnight data center processes.
Opting for eNotice means
that your notices will not be sent in hardcopy; they will not be re-sent. It is the responsibility of the subscriber to assure that their email address is correctly entered in their User Profile. Please review the
eNotices are sent when the
subscribed Attorney is a listed party in a claim. If a party is not listed in the claim or the attorney has not entered their appearance, they
will not receive any WCC Notice in hardcopy or electronic form. Only
Attorneys listed as parties (see Claim Inquiry) will
receive the eNotice.
When WFMS Websupport is notified of a failed email delivery attempt we will reset the subscriber's Notice Delivery status to "U.S. Postal Service Only". If no failed delivery notification is generated, we cannot determine the problem.
If you normally receive a email
receipt for WebForms submissions and password resets, eNotice should work for
you. If you DO NOT receive an email confirmation when you
submit a WebForm, your mail server or ISP may have settings
that conflict with WFMS email messages; please contact us
via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have concerns.
eNotice does not replace the Certification of Service requirement that all parties in a claim must be served with copies of any Commission form by the submitting party.