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What is a Temporary Notice of Compensation Payable and Does it Mean My Employer is Accepting My Workers’ Compensation Claim?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

After an injured worker sustains a work related injury and timely reports it to the employer, the employer, usually through its insurance company, has 21 days either formally accept responsibility for paying wage loss and/or medical benefits (via a Notice of Compensation Payable “NCP”), deny liability (by issuing a Notice of Denial), or temporarily… Read More »

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