NOTICE FOR ATTORNEYS (12/04/15):
Please be advised that due to the consolidation and closure of U.S. Postal distribution centers in and around Idaho, mail delivery has the potential for longer delivery times. For example, mail in the Pocatello area is now routed through Salt Lake City, UT and mail in Northern Idaho is routed through Spokane, WA.
To ensure proper filing deadlines are met, parties with time sensitive documents are encouraged to allow additional time for postal delivery. Additionally, parties may submit documents by express mail, by facsimile to (208) 332-7558, or by physically filing documents with the Industrial Commission.
NOTICE FOR ATTORNEYS (07/01/15):
AMENDMENTS TO IDAHO APPELLATE RULE 11 AND ADOPTION OF NEW IDAHO APPELLATE RULE 12.3 (EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2015)
- Please visit this link to review the full order, released by the Idaho Supreme Court April 23, 2015
JUDICIAL RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
RULES OF APPELLATE PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
IMPLEMENTATION OF HB 590 (07/01/22):
June 16, 2022 — Wednesday, the Idaho Industrial Commission, announced changes to the Judicial Rules of Practice and Procedure (JRP) necessary to implement the provisions of HB 590, signed by Governor Little on March 23, 2022. HB 590 amends the provisions of I.C. 72-404, and authorizes the settlement of Workers’ Compensation claims on the agreement of the parties alone. Effective July 1, 2022, most settlements will not require Commission approval. Read More
- Claimant Attorney Charging Lien (PDF)
- Claimant Attorney Charging Lien (Word)
- Ledger of Benefits Paid and Disputed
JUDICIAL RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE (Effective 07-01-2022)
- IDAPA Rules
- Rules Governing Attorney Fees 17.01.01.502
- Rules Governing Attorney Fees 17.01.01.802
A link to the Kulm decision, which provides guidance on Idaho Workers’ Compensation Attorney fees, is available by clicking on the following link here. Please note that not all materials in the Idaho Industrial Commission decision have been included.