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House 1489: Relating to Workers' Compensation ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1489    GENERAL BILL by Rivera  (Compare H 0311, CS/CS/S 2072, S 2280)
Workers' Compensation; Decriminalizes receipt of attorney's fee that has
not been approved by judge of compensation claims; limits scope of judge
of compensation claims' authority to approve settlement agreements;
revises provisions relating to attorney's fees; revises procedures,
requirements, & timeframes for mediation, pretrial hearings, & expedited
hearings, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2009.
03/03/09 HOUSE Filed; Introduced -HJ 00126
03/09/09 HOUSE Referred to Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs Policy
                  (GGPC); Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP); General
                  Government Policy Council; Policy Council -HJ 00194
05/02/09 HOUSE Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died
                  in Committee on Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs
                  Policy (GGPC)


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H 1489 03/03/2009 Web Page | PDF

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Citations - Statute


0440.105
0440.20
0440.25
0440.32
0440.34
0440.45
0440.491


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