Chapter 51.48 RCW

PENALTIES

Sections
Employer's liability for penalties, injury or disease occurring before payment of compensation secured.
Self-insurer delaying or refusing to pay benefits.
Employer's false reporting or failure to secure payment of compensationFalse information by claimantsUnlawful actionsPenalties.
Failure to secure payment of compensationStop work orderPenaltyRules.
Retaliation by employer prohibitedInvestigationRemedies.
Failure to keep records and make reports.
Inspection of employer's records.
Liability for illegal collections for medical aid.
Termination, dissolution, or abandonment of businessPersonal liability for unpaid premiums.
Physician or licensed advanced registered nurse practitionerFailure to report or comply.
Information and training on premium liability.
Violation of rules.
Collection.
WaiverPenalty-free periods.
Engaging in business without certificate of coverageUnlawful actionsPenalties.
Failure to apply for coverage of employeesNot applicable, when.
Decedent having no beneficiariesPayment into supplemental pension fund.
Notice of assessment for default in payments by employerIssuanceServiceContents.
Notice of assessment for default in payments by employerAppeal.
Notice of assessment for employer's default in paymentsWhen amount becomes finalWarrantExecutionGarnishmentFees.
Notice of assessment for employer's default in paymentsNotice to withhold and deliver property due employer.
Revocation of certificate of coverage for failure to pay warrants or taxes.
Emergency assessment and collection of taxes.
Emergency assessment and collection of taxesDistraint and sale of property.
Emergency assessment and collection of taxesConduct of sale.
Search and seizure of property to satisfy tax warrant or assessmentIssuance and execution of search warrant.
Delinquent taxes.
Order of execution upon propertyProcedureSale.
Order of execution upon propertyEnforcement.
Agents and employees of department not personally liableConditions.
Liability of persons wilfully obtaining erroneous paymentsCivil penalties.
Liability of persons unintentionally obtaining erroneous payments.
Criminal liability of persons making false statements or concealing information.
Kickbacks, bribes, and rebatesRepresentation feesCriminal liabilityExceptions.
Written verification by health services providers.
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