- January 16, 2020
- Posted by: Liam Dai
- Category: Uncategorized
I received a Workers’ Compensation Employer Inquiry Notice from State of New York Workers’ Compensation Board, what should I do?
If you received this letter from the NY Workers’ Compensation Board, Bureau of Compliance, you MUST respond the letter otherwise you will get a penalty from the state. Sometimes this letter is triggered by your payroll or when you have no more employees and cancelled your worker’s compensation policy. It can be totally random. Whatever the reason is, you must respond to avoid penalty and possible a stop work order of your business.
You can respond by filling out the letter and sending it back to the Workers’ Compensation Board or complete the form online by visiting clicking here (RESPOND TO EMPLOYER NOTICE).
- if you cancelled your worker’s compensation or NYS disability policy because you do not have any employees, then responding to the letter will complete their inquiry.
- if you have employees but do not have worker’s compensation or NYS disability policy, please contact us and we’ll help you come up with a solution. However, you still must reply to the letter.
- if you have worker’s compensation and still received this letter, check the dates they are asking about and compare with your worker’s compensation date, and respond to the letter accordingly.