On April 6, 2020, the Commission issued an order to conduct evidentiary hearings via video conference. Video hearings allow injured workers, attorneys/representatives, witnesses and other participants to attend hearings online until such time as in-person hearings can resume. See below for more details:
- Instructions are included on your hearing notice or notice of continuance.
- Pre-filing of exhibits and medical records designations are mandatory and must be filed no later than seven (7) calendar days prior to the scheduled hearing.
- Minimum technical requirements are provided on our Webex System Requirements page.
- Learn more on our Video Hearings FAQ page.
- Instructions for Joining a Webex Meeting (Video Hearing).
- From https://vwc.webex.com users can Download the Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop App, use the Cisco Webex Meetings Web App, or Download the Cisco Webex Meetings Mobile App from the App Store or Google Play.
Pre-filing of exhibits and medical records designations can be sent via U.S. Mail, fax, or uploaded via WebFile to a claim prior to a hearing using the Upload Documents/Forms feature. Details and instructions can be found in the WebFile Guide on the WebFile page for each corresponding user role.
If you have problems accessing your Video Hearing you can Contact VWC in one of the following ways:
- Contact the Deputy Commissioner via the phone number on your Hearing Notice or Notice of Continuance.
- Contact Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission Customer Service at 1-877-664-2566.
- Email Questions@workcomp.virginia.gov.
Support is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:45 PM.
Be sure to test your system at least 48 hours prior to your hearing.