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Adjudication Division

The Adjudication Division conducts the Commission's formal hearings, and has offices in 2 locations. This map of Utah shows the jurisdiction of the southern Utah office located in St George. Wage claim hearings are held by the Wage Claims Unit of the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division of the Commission, not the Adjudication Division.

A hearing may be requested to:

  • Appeal a workers' compensation claim denial
  • Appeal the Antidiscrimination and Labor Division's employment or housing discrimination decision
  • Appeal an Occupational Safety and Health Division Citation and Notice of Penalty
  • Appeal an Industrial Accidents Division penalty assessment for failure to maintain workers' compensation insurance
  • Request ongoing workers' compensation payments be reduced or terminated under Utah Code § 34A-2-410.5
  • Resolve disputes over failure to cooperate with, or diligently pursue, a reemployment plan in a permanent total disability compensation case.

The Division now accepts documents filed by e-mail at All documents must be in PDF format. E-mail addresses must be included in all documents filed with the Commission. Please use for documents going to the Adjudication Division only. For example, if you are filing a wage claim or a charge of discrimination, please file directly with the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division.

Also, the Commission now sends all orders, notices and letters via e-mail. Be sure to check your e-mail in-box for Commission documents. Hard copies are no longer sent via U.S. mail to those with e-mail addresses. Check the Division's rules for more information.

We welcome your questions or comments

Utah Labor Commission
160 East 300 South, 3rd Floor
PO Box 146615
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6615
(801) 530-6800
Fax:(801) 530-6333
Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00
St George Office
1173 South 250 West, Suite 304
St George, Utah 84770
(435) 634-5580
Fax:(435) 673-2621
Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00