How To File in Los Angeles
Giving notice to your employer and seeking medical help are just two steps
that must be taken by all injured workers to begin the process of receiving
workers’ compensation benefits. Simply notifying your employer of
your injury, however, is not the same as actually filing a workers’
compensation claim. To properly file a workers’ compensation claim,
you or your attorney must file the following documents:
• DWC-1 claim form
• Application for Adjudication of Claim
• Declaration Pursuant to Labor Code 4906(g)
• Document Cover Sheet
• Document Separator Sheets
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