This fax number is specific to WCB CLAIMS and is for claims-related documents only. Do NOT fax documents with general information, such as availability for hearings, change of address for a law firm or doctor's office, or proof of coverage.
Do NOT attach Coversheets.
Place documents in the fax machine so the proper side of the document is being faxed.
Place the identifying WCB case number or claimant information well below the .25 inch margin of the document so that it is viewable on the resulting image.
If more than one case number or date of accident is listed on a document, fax a separate copy of the document for each case. Circle the case number or date of accident to indicate which case or accident date each document is for. Note: Although it is not mandatory to file separate copies for each case, it will expedite the processing and ensure that the document is routed to the correct case folder if separate copies are faxed.
If all pages should be scanned together as one multiple page document, please indicate this on the first page of the document. e.g.; "Please scan all 15 pages together."
When faxing two-sided documents, such as Forms RB-89 or OC-400.1, make a copy of the back page and insert it between the front page and the next new page to ensure the document pages get scanned in proper order.
Do NOT fax both sides of two-sided forms unless the back side contains information. Do NOT fax the back side if it only contains instructions for completing the form.