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Do you mind if I ask you how do you know that no case has ever been reversed?
I am not sure if you received my follow up and final question. How do you know that no case has been reversed by Quality Control Unit?
Hi Joe, sorry, I got your question, posted an answer, (I thought) and my cable connection got lost. Took me a minute to figue that out (not so tech savvy, lol) and that I had to go to the modem and reset. Then I redrafted. And again cable went out. Just got it back (hopefully for more than 2 seconds).
Here is my response: In any event, I keep a tight rein on my cases and I always know if they are still with the adjudicator of if she has issued a decision. They often tell me if they awarded. If they don't, I tend to think it is a denial to be appealed, and I get the denial within days of the issuance of same. If she awarded, and I don't receive it timely, it has been nabbed. I know that none of my audited ones have been reversed, because they have always been returned as an award I don't have to appeal. I have a 98-99% win rate, so as you can imagine, I am aware of the rare losses, intimately. In any event, I think you will do fine, even if audited, but not to worry regardless, because you apparently have a good case. Good luck Joe, and happy holidays to you. Hopefully you will have a nice fat check before too long. Or at least a small one :)
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