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Richardson filed a petition for hearing with the workers’ compensation court in July 2013, arguing that he was entitled to acceptance of his claim. (Credit: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock) Richardson filed a petition for hearing with the workers’ compensation court in July 2013, arguing that he was entitled to acceptance of his claim. (Credit: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock)

The Supreme Court of Montana has ruled that the workers’ compensation court correctly determined that an employee had not timely filed a written claim for benefits under Montana Code Section 39-71-601.

Related: Employee who tripped over her dog at home is denied workers’ comp benefits

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