Dates on legal documents

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Latest post 03-10-2006 3:27 PM by MigrationUser. 2 replies.
  • 03-10-2006 12:49 PM

    Question [=?] Dates on legal documents

    Trying to find information regarding dates written on legal documents.

    Is the accuracy of a date considered critical on a legal document/form [e.g. IME-4 wc form] ?

    What question/questions could be raised if both DOI and D of Exam are incorrect by 10 yrs and 1 yr 1 month and incorrect day date respectively?

    If incorrect form is signed by physician and submitted to WCB- do the obvious inaccuracies invalidate the form or raise the question of validity of form and any contents contained therein?
  • 03-10-2006 1:39 PM In reply to

    re: Dates on legal documents

    okay, I'm not an attorney but I would think if it is an obvious mistake it will be dismissed by the judge. the carrier can simply ask for a correction.
    More important are the post marks on the envelopes..
    or you could request what was sent to the IME to make sure it was inacurate instead of a mistake on the medical reports she/he recieved.
  • 03-10-2006 3:27 PM In reply to

    re: Dates on legal documents

    Yup, pretty Much what Bernise said is accurate...the dates are much more important as to when things are mailed and recieved then what they say in the forms.

    ergo those date(if clearly wrong) would not -in-and-of-themselves invalidate them.
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