Both workers and employers can appeal decisions we make about claims – and each follow roughly the same process.

Whether you are a worker or employer, before starting an appeal you may discuss the decision with your adjudicator or case manager.

If you still are not satisfied with the decision, you can go through two levels of appeal, in order: Review Office and Appeal Commission.

Your appeal will follow these steps:

  1. Fill out the Request for Review form and send it to the Review Office.
  2. The Review Office will use file reviews to make a decision on your request within 6-8 weeks.
  3. If you are not satisfied with the decision from the Review Office, you can contact the Appeal Commission – the second and final level of appeal – at 204-925-6114.

View the Review Office Fact Sheet to learn more.