Re: 14 Days For A Determination?
FORM X is a 110, employees claim for benefits.
The MA statute states that if an insurance company does not make a determination as to compensability within 14 days from the date they receive the claim then they automatically have to pay the injured worker/employee, $200, it's automatic, there's no form you have to file to get this but most insurance companies won't voluntarily pay it unless you ask for it. If you feel the insurance company is unjustifiably delaying your claim then file the form 110, I can tell you that once you file the 110 the conciliator at the state will tell you to get an attorney to protect your interests. In MA there are a lot of shotty attorneys so make sure you do your research before you chose one to represent you.
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