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How long do workers’ compensations appeals take?

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The appeal process is much longer. The normal case that is handled at the Appeals Board level can take from one to two years. Appeals based on a decision by a workers’ compensation judge can take quite a bit longer depending on the nature and type of case, but, it can range from anywhere from six months to a year, sometimes more than that depending on the complexity of the legal issues.

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