ORS 657B.100
Allowing or denying claim; notice of denial; decision final unless hearing requested


The Director of the Employment Department shall promptly examine each claim for family and medical leave insurance benefits and, on the basis of the facts available, make a decision to allow or deny the claim. Information furnished in the claim, as prescribed by the director by rule, must be accompanied by a written or electronically signed statement that such information is true and correct to the best of the individual’s knowledge.


(a) The director shall promptly give notice of a decision to allow or deny a claim.


If the claim is denied, the written notice must include a statement of the reasons for denial.


A decision made under this section is final and the benefits must be paid or denied accordingly. A covered individual may request review of the director’s decision as provided in ORS 657B.410 (Appeals process, generally). [2019 c.700 §13]
Note: 657B.100 (Allowing or denying claim) becomes operative January 1, 2023. See section 63, chapter 700, Oregon Laws 2019.

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