Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 72
WORKER’S COMPENSATION AND RELATED LAWS — INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
CHAPTER 4
BENEFITS
72-448.  Notice and limitations. (1) Unless written notice of the manifestation of an occupational disease is given to the employer within sixty (60) days after its first manifestation, or to the industrial commission if the employer cannot be reasonably located within ninety (90) days after the first manifestation, and unless claim for worker’s compensation benefits for an occupational disease is filed with the industrial commission within one (1) year after the first manifestation, all rights of the employee to worker’s compensation due to the occupational disease shall be forever barred.
(2)  Unless written notice of death from an occupational disease is given to the employer within ninety (90) days after the death, or to the industrial commission if the employer cannot be reasonably located within ninety (90) days after the death, and unless claim for worker’s compensation benefits for the death is filed with the industrial commission within one (1) year after the death, all rights to worker’s compensation benefits for the death shall be forever barred.
(3)  If notice is given to the industrial commission under subsection (1) or (2) of this section, the industrial commission shall promptly give notice to the employer and the surety.

History:
[72-448, as added by 1971, ch. 124, sec. 3, p. 422; am. 1978, ch. 264, sec. 13, p. 585; am. 1987, ch. 108, sec. 1, p. 220; am. 1997, ch. 274, sec. 13, p. 812.]


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