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To: Insurance Carriers and Self-Insurers Providing Benefits Under the Workers' Compensation Law, Volunteer Firefighters' Benefit Law, and the Volunteer Ambulance Workers' Benefit Law; Attorneys and Licensed Representatives Practicing Before the Board
Date: March 17, 1999
In a letter of September 22, 1998, we inadvertently advised that a Notice of Appeal to the Appellate Division should be filed with the Office of Appeals, 20 Park Street, Albany, NY 12207 [Effective June 29, 2012 all questions should be directed to 328 State Street, Schenectady NY 12305-2318].
As you are aware, Workers' Compensation Board Rule §300.18(a) [12 NYCRR§300.18(a)] provides that the original notice of appeal, with proof of service thereof, shall be served upon the office of the secretary of the board. There has been no modification of this rule. Accordingly, the original Notice of Appeal should continue to be served upon the Office of the Secretary at either of the following addresses:
Office of the Secretary, Workers' Compensation Board, 180 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, NY 11248
Office of the Secretary, Workers' Compensation Board, 20 Park Street, Albany, NY 12207 [Effective June 29, 2012 all questions should be directed to 328 State Street, Schenectady NY 12305-2318]
Any Notice of Appeal to the Appellate Division served in accordance with the September 22, 1998, direction will not be objected to by the Board on a jurisdictional basis.
If you have any questions or inquiries regarding the preceding, please contact the Office of the Secretary at either (718) 802-6800 or (518) 402-6070.
In addition, with regard to Subject Number 046-87, mailed on February 11, 1999, there was a misprint in the address for the Binghamton District Office. The correct address for that office is:
New York State Workers' Compensation Board, State Office Building, 44 Hawley Street, Binghamton, NY 13901
The instructions communicated by Subject Number 046-87 remain unchanged: It is no longer necessary to file multiple copies of Form RB-89 , Application for Board Review or Form RB-89.1 , Rebuttal of Application for Board Review. In addition, such forms should be filed only with your local District Office of the Board, not with the Office of Appeals in Albany.
Robert R. Snashall