Notice of Intent to Suspend Form


If a completed Workers’ Annual Report of Income form (Form 110-A) is not returned by the anniversary date of the award for unscheduled permanent disability benefits, the carrier or self-insured employer must notify the injured worker by Notice of Intent to Suspend (Form 110-B) that benefits will be suspended unless the report of earnings is received within 30 days.

If a completed Notice of Intent to Suspend (Form 110-B) is not received at the end of 30 days, the carrier or self-insured employer can suspend the injured worker’s benefits for failure to submit the required Annual Report of Income.  When the Annual Report of Income is received by the carrier or self-insured employer, the injured worker’s benefits are to be reinstated effective as of the date of receipt.

This form is made available for use on this website but is not filed with the Commission.  Carefully follow the directions on the form and return it as instructed.

IMPORTANT:  Any person who knowingly makes a false statement or representation to obtain any compensation, benefit or payment is guilty of a class 6 felony and is subject to up to one and one-half years in prison, a fifty thousand dollar fine and forfeiture of benefits.