WASHINGTON D.C. WORKERS COMP. LAWYERS

In the District of Columbia, you must first report your injury or illness by filing a DCWC Form 7 "Employee’s Notice of Accidental Injury or Occupational Disease" with your employer and with the Office of Workers’ Compensation within 30 days of the date of your injury or the date on which you discovered that your injury is job related. Within one year of the date of your injury or illness, you need to file a DCWC Form 7A "Employee’s Claim Application" with the Office of Workers’ Compensation in order to obtain compensation benefits. For copies of these forms, contact your employer or the District of Columbia Office of Workers’ Compensation. The District of Columbia’s workers’ compensation program is administered by the Office of Workers’ Compensation. For additional information and for help in filing a claim, contact the following: Department of Employment Services Labor Standards Bureau Office of Workers’ Compensation 64 New York Ave., 2nd Floor Washington, DC 20002 (202) 671-1000 http://does.ci.washington.dc.us/services/wkr_comp.shtm