Chapter 491-04 - Filing appeals

  1. § 491-04-010 - Purpose
  2. § 491-04-020 - Who is allowed to file a request for an appeal of a decision?
  3. § 491-04-030 - What is the time limitation for filing a request for an appeal?
  4. § 491-04-040 - Am I required to have a legal counsel?
  5. § 491-04-050 - Where are requests for an appeal filed?
  6. § 491-04-060 - What methods of filing are acceptable?
  7. § 491-04-070 - What should my request for an appeal include?
  8. § 491-04-080 - How much information should I provide in my request for an appeal?
  9. § 491-04-090 - Who pays for the cost of obtaining additional medical data if my case relates to an injury or illness?
  10. § 491-04-100 - What will the agency do after receiving my request for an appeal?
  11. § 491-04-110 - What are the requirements for a notice of hearing?
  12. § 491-04-120 - Can cases be consolidated?
  13. § 491-04-130 - What methods of serving papers is acceptable?
  14. § 491-04-140 - What is adequate proof of service?
  15. § 491-04-150 - Can I bring someone with me to the hearing?
  16. § 491-04-160 - Can witnesses be subpoenaed?
  17. § 491-04-170 - Can I submit medical reports instead of having to pay a doctor to testify?
  18. § 491-04-180 - [Repealed]Can new evidence be submitted for the hearing?
  19. § 491-04-190 - What are the timing requirements for the filing of prehearing briefs and supporting evidence?
  20. § 491-04-200 - How is evidence presented?
  21. § 491-04-210 - How does the board handle testimony under oath?
  22. § 491-04-220 - Can witnesses appear by phone?
  23. § 491-04-230 - Will the hearing be recorded?
  24. § 491-04-240 - What is the role of the state board in an appeal?
  25. § 491-04-250 - Do I have to file any paperwork after the hearing?
  26. § 491-04-260 - After the hearing, how long will it be before a decision is made and issued?
  27. § 491-04-270 - How am I informed of the final decision?
  28. § 491-04-280 - What happens once the decision is issued?
  29. § 491-04-290 - Are the parties allowed to reach a settlement?

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