FAQ - Appealing to an Appellate Court

What is a Request for Review?

It is an appeal to the Administrative Law Judge Division (ALJ) that heard your case and the first step in the appellate process.  If you disagree with the award of the ALJ, you must file a Request for Review to say why you disagree.

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