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Chapter 296-14 WAC

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HTMLPDF296-14-100Definition of voluntary retirement.
HTMLPDF296-14-150Definition of gainful employment for wage.
HTMLPDF296-14-200Waiver of recovery for worker compensation benefits overpayments.
HTMLPDF296-14-300Mental condition/mental disabilities.
HTMLPDF296-14-310When does a presumption of occupational disease for certain members of firefighters' and law enforcement officers' retirement systems apply?
HTMLPDF296-14-320Does the presumption apply to current smokers with heart or lung conditions?
HTMLPDF296-14-325When does the presumption apply to firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), fire investigators and law enforcement officers who are former smokers with heart or lung conditions?
HTMLPDF296-14-330What tobacco use may exclude a firefighter, emergency medical technician (EMT), fire investigator, or law enforcement officer from a presumption of coverage?
HTMLPDF296-14-340Frontline workersVerification for contraction of an infectious or contagious disease that is the subject of a public health emergencyRCW 51.32.181.
HTMLPDF296-14-341Health care workersVerification for contraction or quarantine due to an infectious or contagious disease that is the subject of a public health emergencyRCW 51.32.390.
HTMLPDF296-14-350Claim allowance and wage determination in occupational disease cases.
HTMLPDF296-14-400Reopenings for benefits.
HTMLPDF296-14-410Reduction, suspension, or denial of compensation as a result of noncooperation.
HTMLPDF296-14-4121What does the term "willful misrepresentation" mean with regard to the receipt of workers' compensation benefits?
HTMLPDF296-14-4122For purposes of determining willful misrepresentation, what does the term "specific intent" mean?
HTMLPDF296-14-4123What is meant by "work-type activity"?
HTMLPDF296-14-4124What are considered as "wage replacement benefits"?
HTMLPDF296-14-4125How does the department calculate the amount of overpayment charged to a claimant when a determination of "willful misrepresentation" has been made in initial claim adjudication?
HTMLPDF296-14-4126How does the department calculate the amount of overpayment charged to a claimant when a determination of "willful misrepresentation" has been made after initial claim adjudication?
HTMLPDF296-14-4127How are penalties determined?
HTMLPDF296-14-4128When may the department impute wages in cases where willful misrepresentation has been determined?
HTMLPDF296-14-4129How will imputed wages be determined?
HTMLPDF296-14-420Payment of benefitsAggravation reopening/new injury.
HTMLPDF296-14-520Why is it important to establish the worker's monthly wage?
HTMLPDF296-14-522What does the term "wages" mean?
HTMLPDF296-14-524How do I determine whether an employer provided benefit qualifies as "consideration of like nature" to board, housing and fuel?
HTMLPDF296-14-526Is the value of "consideration of like nature" always included in determining the worker's compensation?
HTMLPDF296-14-528How do I determine the value of a benefit that qualifies as "consideration of like nature"?
HTMLPDF296-14-530Is overtime considered in calculating the worker's monthly wage?
HTMLPDF296-14-600Payment of benefits on asbestos-related disease claims.
HTMLPDF296-14-6200What is a residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6202What is the residence modification benefit?
HTMLPDF296-14-6204Which workers may be eligible to receive benefits for residence modifications?
HTMLPDF296-14-6206Which residences may be eligible to be modified?
HTMLPDF296-14-6208When may the worker request residence modification benefits?
HTMLPDF296-14-6210What is the maximum amount of the residence modification benefit?
HTMLPDF296-14-6212Can the worker receive additional modification benefits for the same residence?
HTMLPDF296-14-6214Can a worker receive residence modification benefits for more than one house?
HTMLPDF296-14-6216How can a worker begin the process of requesting residence modification benefits?
HTMLPDF296-14-6218How does the department or self-insured employer determine the worker's residence for purposes of residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6220What type of residence may the department or self-insured employer modify?
HTMLPDF296-14-6222What is a residence modification consultant, and how are they involved in the process of residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6223Will the department pay for professional services needed to design a residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6224What must the worker submit to the department in a completed request for a residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6226What other information must be submitted to the department in a completed application for a residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6228Who will approve or deny a request for residence modification?
HTMLPDF296-14-6230What will the supervisor consider when approving or denying a residence modification request?
HTMLPDF296-14-6232What happens if the residence modification costs exceed the maximum benefit?
HTMLPDF296-14-6234Can a worker apply the residence modification benefit to the cost of building a new residence?
HTMLPDF296-14-6236How is a worker advised that the supervisor has approved or denied the request for residence modification benefits?
HTMLPDF296-14-6238Who receives payment from the department?
HTMLPDF296-14-8810Pension tables, pension discount rate and mortality tables.
HTMLPDF296-14-900Authority to use special assistant attorneys general.
HTMLPDF296-14-910Lists of special assistant attorneys general.
HTMLPDF296-14-920Qualifications of special assistant attorneys general.
HTMLPDF296-14-930Applying for special assistant attorney general.
HTMLPDF296-14-940Removal of special assistant attorneys general.
HTMLPDF296-14-955Attorney's fees.
HTMLPDF296-14-970Worker's review of claim file.
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