3050.0700 Cooperation With Board, Assignment, Subrogation

Published: 2015

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Failure by a claimant or claimant's representative or claimant's service provider to complete forms or submit requested reports or records, or otherwise to cooperate with the board's investigation, may constitute a ground for denial or reduction of a claim.
The claimant shall assign his or her rights to recover benefits or advantages from any source which is, or if readily available to the claimant would be, a collateral source and which is not deducted from the final award; provided that the assignment shall not exceed the amount of the final award. The claimant shall further agree to cooperate fully with the board in any subrogation action brought by the board or the claimant.
If a defendant is convicted of a crime and ordered to pay restitution, the board may seek to recover any or all of the restitution paid. Any excess amount recovered over the reparations amount awarded and paid shall be paid to the victim or claimant.