The Commission on the date of April 8, 2011 announced to the Tribunal and the alleged parties that is would not be involved in the hearing directly. They enclosed documentation and forwarded it to both parties concerning the information about legal council should they have any questions. A mediation date was set shortly after on April 19, 2011. At this point the Tribunal uses a courier service to contact all parties involved. This requires the recipient to sign for the documents being delivered. This presented an issue for the complainant from the beginning. The courier has history saved to record when a delivery is attempted and is either successful or unsuccessful. Throughout the entirety of this case, Labelle was unable to be contacted on over 5 attempts by the courier service.
My office has completed the necessary steps to address the anomalous claim. My office is awaiting a response from your office to proceed with her request for a new claim.
Directly after receiving the ruling from the Tier III hearing Mr. Hubbard wrote an appeals letter and wrote another letter to O.R.C. Allen. In his appeal he stated that he was never made aware of the hearing. In his letter to O.R.C. Allen he alleges having evidence that O.R.C. Allen had written him, had consented to the mail he was sending, and that he could not wait to question her at the next hearing that would result due to his appeal.
I called to Ms Porter, she was concerned about the hearing process, she stated that she spoke with the Hearing Rep, Carlos Castillos and he had told her that he did not find any break in policy or rule, so he is going to request an administrative hearing. She said that
Dr. Walsh advised that in spite of Lawrencia Smalls and Alvenia Smalls, the client’s authorized representative and mother not attending this hearing, it could proceed and that a decision would be made within thirty days. The right to review evidence, testimony, and cross examination was agreed to be understood by all in attendance. He explained that any appeals must be made within twenty days after the mailing of the decision and it would be reviewed by an Official from the Office of the Governor.
I received your October 5, 2017 letter today. This is not a valid objection to the deposition. Regardless of the outcome on the petition to amend, we will not dismiss the current petition. We will file the 850 petition and ask the court to stay this petition pending conclusion of the 850. Accordingly, there is a petition and response filed.
Documentation of what took place between the determination to cease the benefits on 12/28/16 and the determination to grant the benefits on 04/27/17 was not found in the electronic file. Perhaps, there were additional records that clarify the disability determinations that were not available at this time.
Seltzer’s testimony revealed that prior to being on welfare earlier years; she had no knowledge that her benefits had ever been reduced. Ms. Seltzer stated in the past her benefits always just been cutoff, but this time when she missed her appointment, she was trying to put her children on the bus. She stated it was not that she was trying not to cooperate, she had several things going on, but the decision is up to DHR. She stated that she is not objecting to what is going on; she understands that you cannot miss two appointments. She stated she asked for the hearing because she had rather receive a decrease in benefits; the benefits are for her
Dear Ms. Saint-Louis, Please be advised, the Union has decided not to file suit in Superior Court to enforce the arbitrator’s subpoena against Blue Cross and requests that the hearing record be closed and briefing deadlines issued. Given the length of the hearing, the Union requests 45 days for briefing.
The constituent wanted to file a grievance against a CW caseworker that no longer works for the DHS. She also wanted to have her CW closed case reviewed, because she received a FOUNDED disposition letter on 10/10/17 and she does not agreed with it. She was advised about the appeal process, she
Crabtree Amusements wishes to drop the April 7, 2016 hearing on its Motion for Summary Judgment. Our venue requires me to provide a letter with all counsel agreement to same. I would appreciate your signing below and returning this agreement to me so that I can provide it
Good Afternoon Denise, Could you please advise? Appeal# 1090436 for claim# 125117839600 was worked by you on 05/19/2015. You upheld the decision. However, sent out a letter to the provider advising that it had been overturned. We need to know which decision was given on the appeal? If it’s different then the letter that was sent to the provider, another letter needs to be sent to the provider with the correct decision. If the letter is correct them the claims need to be reprocess for payment.
Pursuant to our discussion, please accept this letter to confirm that is necessary to reschedule the Oral Deposition with regard to the above-captioned matter. This deposition was scheduled for today, Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 2:00 pm at your office. I would appreciate if you would agree to re-schedule the deposition due to conflict on my
This pertains to your letter directing the undersigned to show cause why he should not be held in contempt of court for not attending the hearing that was scheduled on February 8, 2017 for Criminal Case nr 10146-12.
The situation surrounding the problem within the Office of Appeals is adapting from seeing things as they are to seeing things as they could be. The Agency must take final administrative action on a hearing within 90 days of the date of the initial request. Although, the 90 day time frame allowed pursuant to regulations, the Agency makes every effort to conduct hearings promptly, and if possible, render decisions in a shorter time frame. Therefore, the new tracking system will have a tremendous impact on conducting the hearing within the allotted time.