My Employer Has Denied My Claim, What Do I Do?
This is meant to provide an opportunity for settlement of some or all of the issues presented, as well as to facilitate the resolution of issues without the expense of litigation or attorneys` fees for either party.
If a resolution cannot be met between the parties involved, then a hearing before the Workers` Compensation Commission can be requested.
For more information you can contact the State of Arkansas Workers` Compensation Commission at the address or phone number listed below.
State of Arkansas
Workers` Compensation Commission
4th and Spring Streets
P.O. Box 950
Little Rock, Arkansas 722030950
Telephone 15016823930 or 18006224472
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