2022 Wyoming Statutes
Title 27 - Labor and Employment
Chapter 14 - Worker's Compensation
Article 2 - Premiums and Rates
Section 27-14-204 - Coverage of Out-of-State Injuries; Filing.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 27-14-204 (2022)

27-14-204. Coverage of out-of-state injuries; filing.

(a) Repealed By Laws 1997, ch. 177, § 2.

(b) The payment or award of benefits under the worker's compensation law of another state to an employee or his dependents otherwise entitled on account of the injury or death to the benefits of this act is not a bar to a claim for benefits under this act if a claim under this act is filed within the time limits set forth in W.S. 27-14-503. If compensation is paid or awarded under this act, the total amounts of medical and related income and death benefits paid or awarded under another worker's compensation law shall be credited against the total corresponding medical and related income and death benefits due under this act.

(c) Repealed by Laws 1989, ch. 29, §§ 1, 2.

(d) Any employee injured outside of the state of Wyoming and coming under the provisions of this section shall file his application for compensation with the division.

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