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FAQs on Adjudication of Claims and Disputes by the GSIS Board of Trustees

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Adjudication of Claims and Disputes by the GSIS Board of Trustees

1. The Committee on Claims (COC) rendered a Decision or Resolution which totally or partially denied my claim. I believe that I have a strong legal basis to argue my case. What is my remedy?

2. I have a strong legal basis and I wish to elevate my case with the GSIS Board of Trustees. What is the proper procedure for my appeal?

3. How shall I draft my Petition?

3.1. What are the other important requirements for my appeal to be considered properly and completely filed?

4. For some reason, I only filed the Petition or any of the requirements after the mandatory sixty-calendar-day period. What will happen to my Petition?

4.1. I need more time to perfect my appeal. I am having a difficulty in completing the requirements and I think I will not be able to file my Petition within the mandatory sixty-calendar-day period. Am I allowed to file a motion for extension of time to file my Petition?

4.2. What will happen if I failed to file a motion for extension of time to file my Petition within the mandatory sixty-calendar-day period?

5. I need to amend my Petition. Am I allowed to do so?

6. In the proceedings before the GSIS, what pleadings are prohibited during a trial type hearing?

7. The Board of Trustees totally denied or partially denied my Petition. What remedies are available to me?

8. I wish to file a Motion for Reconsideration. What is the proper procedure?

8.1. How shall I draft the Motion for Reconsideration?

9. The Board of Trustees totally or partially denied my Motion for Reconsideration. What is my remedy?