Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Division
Michael A. Mosesso, Chief Administrative Law Judge
Gary Israel, ALJ-in-Charge (Tucson)
800 W Washington St, Phoenix AZ 85007
2675 East Broadway, Tucson AZ 85716
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The video described below contains information for unrepresented injured workers whose claims are scheduled for hearing. Click on a media icon for any chapter you wish to view. Please note that Quicktime files are large and load slowly. Please have patience if you choose them.
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|1. General Information -|
Overview of Commission’s role; Accessing helpful information; How to find and obtain an attorney.
|2. Processing Claims -|
Distinguishing between the Industrial Commission and your employer’s insurance company; Processing claims; How to file a Request for Hearing.
|3. Requesting a Hearing -|
Deadlines for requesting a hearing; Parties to a claim; Duty to notify others of your address changes.
|4. Before the Hearing -|
Hearing calendar; Collecting mail; Judge assignment; Hearing locations; Notice of Hearing; Obtaining copy of the rules and statutes; Ombudsman’s role.
|5. Gathering Evidence -|
Gathering medical records to prove your claim; Obtaining records from files kept by insurance company, Judge, and the Commission.
|6. Discovery -|
Information exchange with other parties; Deposition; Interrogatories; Independent medical examinations; Settlement opportunity; Pre-hearing conferences with Judge.
|7. Preparing your Case -|
Burden of Proof; Requesting subpoenas for your witnesses; Filing your evidence; IMPORTANT DEADLINES.
|8. Hearing Day -|
Time, date and place; People attending; Presenting evidence; Testimony of witnesses; Direct and cross-examination; Recorded transcript; Further hearings.
|9. After the Hearing -|
Judge’s decision; Requesting review; Responding to Defendants’ Request for Review; Following up favorable decision; Decision Upon Review; Special Action to Court of Appeals.