When the statement is made
The Board's statements are advisory, and whether they
wish to follow the advice or not is up to the parties to the
case. Once the statement is made, we consider the
case closed. In special cases we may, on request,
elaborate on our statement.
In cases where the injured person's health or social and
job situation changes after the statement is made, we
charge a new fee if asked to make a new statement. In
such a situation new information requires renewed
handling of the case.
If, after the statement is made, the parties disagree on
the assessment of the case, both parties may bring the
case before a court of law.