And so in your letter, you can simply say
GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
148 ***** ***** INTERNATIONAL BLVD NE
UI APPEALS TRIBUNAL
ATLANTA, GA###-##-####br />
Re: In person appeal for NAME and any CASE NUMBER ***** HAVE
To Whom It May Concern:
I am requesting an in person appeal on the above-referenced matter. In your letter of denial dated WHATEVER IT IS, it is explained that my benefits were denied because I:
1 - Violated company policy by not informing them of a motor vehicle accident that occurred in the company vehicle.
This is simply not the truth. I have evidence and can present testimony by witnesses to show that the basis for the denial is unjustified. This evidence includes:
1 - Begin listing your evidence - for example - On the day of the accident, I spoke to Supervisor NAME
2 - The following day, I again discussed this with Supervisor NAME
3 - Supervisor NAME told me whatever he said would happen next.
In addition to the testimony of Supervisor NAME, I will present the following:
1 - A text message confirming a conversation about the accident
I SUGGEST, you should begin to gather the documents or other evidence necessary to present your case as soon as you know that an appeal has been filed. Prepare all evidence that supports your position, including any documents previously submitted to GDOL.
A copy of relevant documents from the claim file will be mailed to you with the Notice of Appeal Filing.
Although you cannot read your testimony at the hearing, you may want to make notes to help you remember important facts.
The hearing officer cannot accept any evidence after the hearing is conducted. The hearing officer will only take evidence that is relevant and necessary to decide the case.