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ARTICLE 9
Disability Benefits
Workers' Compensation (WKC) CHAPTER 67
ARTICLE 9

DISABILITY BENEFITS
Section 200. Short title.

201. Definitions.

202. Covered employer.

203. Employees eligible for benefits under section two hundred

four of this article.

203-a. Retaliatory action prohibited for family leave.

203-b. Reinstatement following family leave.

203-c. Health insurance during family leave.

204. Disability and family leave during employment.

205. Disabilities, family leave and periods for which benefits

are not payable.

206. Non-duplication of benefits.

207. Disability while unemployed.

208. Payment of disability and family leave benefits.

209. Contribution of employees for disability and family leave

benefits.

210. Employer contributions.

211. Provision for payment of benefits.

212. Voluntary coverage.

212-a. (Enacted without section heading).

212-b. Public employees; public employees represented by an

employee organization; employee opt in.

213. Non-compliance or default.

214. Special fund for disability benefits.

215. Commissioner of taxation and finance custodian of fund.

216. Disposition of uncommitted balance of employees'

contributions.

217. Notice and proof of claim.

218. Disability benefit rights inalienable.

219. Enforcement of payment in default.

220. Penalties.

221. Determination of contested claims for disability and

family leave benefits.

222. Technical rules of evidence or procedure not required.

223. Modification of board decisions or orders.

224. Appeals.

225. Fees for representing employees.

226. The insurance contract.

227. Actionable injuries in claims for disability benefits;

subrogation.

228. Administrative expenses.

229. Posting of notice and providing of notice of rights.

230. Destruction of records.

231. Subpoenas.

232. Fees for testimony of physicians, podiatrists,

chiropractors, dentists, psychologists and health care

providers.

233. Inspection of records of employers.

234. Disclosures prohibited.

235. Exemptions.

236. Disposition of accrued benefits upon death.

237. Reimbursement for advance payments by employers.

238. Payments to minors.

239. Representation before the board.

240. Non-liability of state.

241. Application of other provisions of chapter.

242. Separability of provisions; federal law; regulations.