How long does it take, on the average, for a Workman's Comp. settlement to be processed?
~Unfortunately I have heard people who have waited for 6 to 12 months. This is in California. It's a very slow process. About a month ago the W-comp board computerized all the forms and so any settlements going before a judge has to be regenerated on the computerized papers. Therefore, more delay.~~
by debijs - 15 hours ago
Yep, it can easily take 6 - 9 months for a judge to get the final approval on it. Sorry.
by mbrcatz - 15 hours ago
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