In observance of Thanksgiving, WCC offices will be closed on Thursday, November 24, 2022.

Law Bulletins

 

The Commission publishes a new Bulletin every two years. Each book includes updated workers' compensation statutes, revised additional statutes often referred to in the course of administering workers' compensation cases, workers' compensation regulations, and illustrations of up-to-date forms at the time of publication.

 

link opens in new browser tab  2021 - Bulletin 54

PDF File: 313 pages; Last revised January 1, 2021

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2019 - Bulletin 53

PDF File: 303 pages; Last revised January 1, 2019

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2017 - Bulletin 52

PDF File: 303 pages; Last revised January 1, 2017

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2015 - Bulletin 51

PDF File: 303 pages; Last revised January 1, 2015

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2013 - Bulletin 50

PDF File: 298 pages; Last revised January 1, 2013

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2011 - Bulletin 49

PDF File: 294 pages; Last revised January 1, 2011

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2009 - Bulletin 48

PDF File: 279 pages; Last revised January 1, 2009

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2007 - Bulletin 47

PDF File: 283 pages; Last revised January 1, 2007

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2005 - Bulletin 46

PDF File: 277 pages; Last revised January 1, 2005

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2003 - Bulletin 45

PDF File: 266 pages; 3.5MB; Last revised January 1, 2003

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  2001 - Bulletin 44

PDF File: 261 pages; Last revised January 1, 2001

 


 

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