North Carolina Deputy CommissionerAnnounces Posting Of Status of Industrial
Raleigh, NC (CompNewsNetwork) - The Deputy
Commissioner Section is posting on the Industrial Commission’s website a list of cases,
with their status, that have been heard by a Deputy Commissioner and are being processed to
decision. The web site posting of cases will be a regular bimonthly feature of the Deputy
Commissioner Section, being posted during the first and third weeks of each month.
The list currently posted is for the period ending March 3, 2008. The list of cases is
by ascending alphabetical order by Deputy Commissioner. For each Deputy Commissioner, cases
are aggregated first by cases in which records have closed and are pending a written
decision, i.e., 114 cases. Immediately following the 114 cases is a list of the cases in
which trials have been completed and the record is being held open for submission of
medical expert testimony by deposition and submission of contentions, briefs, and proposed
opinion and awards, i.e., 127 cases. Cases in both 127 and 114 status are sub-ordered by
descending number of days within that classification.
For cases in 127 status, the column for “Extensions” denotes the projected date on which
the post hearing record is scheduled to close. If an extension of time has been requested
and approved, the revised projected date for closing the record is listed first and all
prior dates are listed thereafter.
The list can be searched by any term appearing within the chart. For example, the list
can be searched by a Plaintiff or Defendant’s name or Industrial Commission file number.
Any term may be searched by holding the “Ctrl” + “F” keys on the computer. The search box
will automatically appear. Type in the search term you prefer and click “Find Next.”
We hope that the regular posting of Deputy Commissioners Section Case Status reports
will be a valuable service to those who have an interest in these cases. We welcome any
comments or suggestions that you may have as to the format for the presentation of this
If a case is omitted from this list or if there is any question regarding the status of
any case, please direct all inquiries to me at email@example.com or call
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