How long do you have to keep workers comp records?

Answer You should keep workers compensation records for 11 years, according to Commerce Clearing House. Workers comp is a form of insurance that provides compensation for employees injured in the course o... Read More »

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How long do I have to file a workers comp claim?

States have their own laws regarding workers compensation and the length of time allowed to file a claim after a worker was hurt on the job. Many states allow up to 30 days after the incident to fi... Read More »

How long does a workers comp case usually take?

The length of a workers' compensation case varies depending on the type of injury, the necessary medical treatment, and whether the employer is disputing the case. Resolving the case and receiving... Read More »

How long do you have to keep business records?

On One Hand: Keep Business Records ForeverSome business records such as tax statements, payroll records, mortgage and deed paperwork and articles of incorporation should be kept indefinitely. Those... Read More »

How long do you have to keep FMLA records?

The Family Medical Leave Act federal law requires employers to retain FMLA records for three years. Information that must be retained includes the personal and compensation information of all FMLA ... Read More »