Tuesday, December 14, 2010

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - HEARING AND APPEAL - REQUEST FOR HEARING

Another case from the Appeal Board on the issue of the timeliness of a Claimant's Request For Hearing:

"Claimant's attempt to request a hearing by telephone within thirty days of the mailing of the initial determination does not constitute a timely hearing request if the claimant is advised of the necessity to make such request in person or by mail and claimant has sufficient time to comply, but does not act promptly to make such request within the statutory period. (A.B. 409,1851; A-750-2050)"

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