A subpoena may be issued to compel a witness' attendance at a hearing or the production of documents under a witness' control at or before a hearing. Only a licensed attorney or an administrative law judge (ALJ) can issue a valid and enforceable subpoena in a workers' compensation matter. If you are not a licensed attorney, you may request the assigned ALJ to sign and approve a subpoena. The assigned ALJ will likely require you to provide information regarding why the subpoenaed witnesses and/or documents are relevant to your case.

  • To compel attendance and testimony at hearing PDF | Word
  • ​To compel the production of documents or objects other than individually identifiable health information PDF | Word
  • To compel the production of individually identifiable health information PDF | Word​



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