Allowing or denying claim
- • notice of denial
- • amended decision
- • appeal
(1) An authorized representative shall promptly examine each claim for waiting week credit or for benefits and, on the basis of the facts available, make a decision to allow or deny the claim. Information furnished by the claimant, the employer or the employer’s agents on forms provided by the Employment Department pursuant to the authorized representative’s examination shall be accompanied by a signed statement that such information is true and correct to the best of the individual’s knowledge. Notice of the decision need not be given to the claimant if the claim is allowed but, if the claim is denied, written notice shall be given to the claimant. If the claim is denied, the written notice shall include a statement of the reasons for denial, and if the claim is denied under any provision of ORS 657.176 (Grounds and procedure for disqualification), the notice also shall set forth the specific material facts obtained from the employer and used by the authorized representative to support the reasons of the denial. The written notice shall state the reasons for the decision.
(2) If the claim is denied under any provision of ORS 657.176 (Grounds and procedure for disqualification), written notice of such decision shall be given to the employing unit which, in the opinion of the Director of the Employment Department, is most directly involved with the facts and circumstances relating to the disqualification.
(3) Notice of a decision that was wholly or partially based on information filed with the director in writing within 10 days after the notice provided for in ORS 657.265 (Notice of claim filing to employing units) shall be given to any employing unit that has so filed such information.
(4) If a decision to allow payment made pursuant to this section does not require notice, that decision may be amended by an authorized representative. The amendment shall be made by written notice which provides for a right of appeal pursuant to ORS 657.269 (Decision becomes final without request for hearing). The amendment must be issued within one year of the original decision to allow payment, except in cases of alleged willful misrepresentation or fraud. A decision requiring notice, made pursuant to this section, may be amended unless it has become a final decision under ORS 657.269 (Decision becomes final without request for hearing). [1993 c.778 §7; 1997 c.59 §1]
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